Friday, June 7, 2013

When a cowbell goes silent...

UPDATE: Then again, this is the NCAA.

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Mississippi State is preparing to learn its fate this morning (h/t Brad).
The NCAA will announce infractions for Mississippi State's football program on Friday morning, a source told ESPN.
The NCAA announced Friday's 11 a.m. ET conference call, but did not specify which sport it involved.
Because Mississippi State has gone before the NCAA Committee on Infractions, the Bulldogs' improprities are major in nature. A source confirmed that former wide receivers coach Angelo Mirando is a key element to the infractions and that coach Dan Mullen is not expected to be directly implicated.
Georgia fans that follow recruiting closely will remember the name the investigation is centered on - Will Redmond. The defensive back from Memphis was a last minute flip for the other Bulldogs. Redmond had previously been considered a UGA lean and even stated that the Dawgs were his favorite team. Months later, and right before the season was to start, Mirando resigned "for personal reasons".

And if I remember correctly, Georgia's Sheldon Dawson was interviewed by the NCAA back in August. Dawson is also from Memphis and it was believed that the questions had to do with his recruitment by MSU.

No word on whether Redmond's new Mustang will attend this morning's press conference.