Outsourcing's effect on college football is not a good one
By Mike Forster
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at 11:47 am
There’s a situation developing in the great state of Oregon which merits discussion.
The University of Oregon Ducks have found themselves under the scrutiny of the NCAA; never something to be taken lightly.
Seems there are allegations that the Ducks sent some money to a fellow (or fellows) to perform some scouting-related duties for them.
In exchange for $25,000 the Ducks ostensibly received in-depth scouting information on a number of players. This is the type of data that Oregon used to get on its own.
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