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Per AL.com's Mike Rodak, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey released a statement about the suspicious gambling activity involving Alabama's baseball game against LSU on Friday...
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ExpoTiger14 months
Nothing will come of this. As usual.
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6R1214 months
Oh so he's worried about competitive integrity.... LOL
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Quatre Pot14 months
In other words
We told you so
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BenHOGan114 months
They're going to have to be a LOT more specific that "ongoing Alabama investigation" these days. Before I clicked I thought the piece would be about the Associate AD's assault case. Or one of the many gun related crimes committed by current and past athletes.
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PeleofAnalytics14 months
What exactly compels Skanky to be "a LOT more specific" for you? As far as I can tell is he is going to tell you what he wants to tell you.
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Lithium14 months
Alabama? SEC Investigation? There will be some Birmingham Home cooking and I'm not talking about their dry arse BBQ
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TouchdownTony14 months
If what I'm hearing is true its bad. Bama players giving out lineup information to get a cut. Maybe, just maybe this shuts this horshite program down. Use the 11.7 for mens swimmming or track.
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idlewatcher14 months
lol Sure Jan
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Andy Dwyer14 months
Where did you hear that?
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TigerFan5555514 months
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CajunBullet14 months
There you go, "Low Tide"!
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Bige1114 months
What allegedly happened?
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Gee Grenouille14 months
Alabama switched their pitching rotation so that their ace didn't have to pitch against Skenes. In other words, they conceded game 1 to LSU. Before the odds changed to reflect that, a few people made large bets at an Ohio casino for LSU to cover.
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TigerFan5555514 months
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