Answer Thursday!

A question in this segment about the SEC.

Q: Michael Protos said:
Do you put any weight into various reports from sports talk radio and internet circles that the SEC is rife with massive recruiting violations involving pay to pay schemes as well as widespread agent payola?

A: Yes, I do. While I usually say the SEC is the best conference in the nation, I also believe it is probably the worst in terms of breaking rules. I don’t know what really happened regarding Cam Newton but I do know that within the SEC, coaches were very suspicious at how Auburn suddenly started getting better talent the past two years and what the reason was behind it.

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