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Cooperation can go a long way in NCAA matters

June 9, 2013

SMITH

It was a situation that Mississippi State seemed to handle about as well as it could.
When the NCAA Committee of Infractions released their findings on Friday and handed down its ruling for the Bulldog football program, the penalties could have been much worse.
MSU appears to have cooperated fully with the NCAA with the investigation into the violations with the recruitment and eventual signing of Will Redmond.

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