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Alabama Bribery Trial

The Albert Means saga has been an ongoing embarrassment for college football and the SEC.  For those who aren't up to speed, Means, a promising high school defensive player, allowed his high school coach to choose his school for him.

The coach later admitted to soliciting Means to various schools and coaches who offered various bribes and bids.  The situation is now in one of its various legal processes, and the coach testified today explaining some of what happened.

Prominent schools whose names were dropped include Alabama (already sanction for this), Tennessee, Michigan State, Memphis, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Kentucky.

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While it was quiet today here at federal court, the jury did have a question Sunday about the term "unlawful plan". In the instructions, it's described as an exchange between defedants to influence pro-bingo legislation
Mark my words, the Feds will drop this case before it ever comes to trial again...they fooled the Grand Jury and they never produced the evidence they said they had...now, let's see if the new Federal Attorney will start an investigation of what is essentially the real corruption...Bob Riley, his family, his cronies, and who took how much from the Indians!
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