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MSU cleared in matter of alleged illicit benefits

April 21, 2014

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott, left, and wide receiver Chad Bumphis celebrate success during the 2012 season. (SDN file photo)

Mississippi State will not be punished over alleged illicit benefits that some players were provided with that was first reported by Yahoo! Sports last year.
A source close to the situation said the NCAA cleared the matter on MSU's end.
However, Mississippi State officials didn't have an official comment on the situation and the NCAA does not comment on investigative matters. 

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