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Former Vanderbilt backup QB Mo Hasan claims the mafia offered him $300,000 to fix games and hat "almost every game in the SEC" is rigged...
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TigersJump1 month
You’re welcome Larry.
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Jdixon1 month
OK…so we’re to believe Mob offered vandy backup QB 300,000. to lose their game.
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randybobandy1 month
Vanderbilt backup QB Mo Hasan pranked by his frat-boy friends to believe Vandy has any chance at winning a SEC game. FIFY
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Broadside Bob1 month
Seems like a shaky story on the surface, but it may be that the bad guys will try to compromise as many players as they can and lean on them later. The initial payday might sound pretty good, but if you actually took the money, the next payday could be much lower, or they start leaning on you for freebees...whatcha gonna do, call the cops? Sure can't call the NCAA.
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tucoco1 month
If this is true, it would certainly put a dark cloud over the Ncaa and all. A lot of people including myself always figured that sports in general is fixed. A lot of money to be made, that's for sure.
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dagrippa1 month
He started for Vandy once in a win over a favored team in 2019 and threw 6 total passes in 2018. He threw a total of 17 passes in 6 game appearances over 2 years. Either the mob is retarded or he is a liar.
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Xhero1 month
Yeh, it was the notorious Nashville mob boss Flabby Boobs Spiranac who made the offer he refused.
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TigerCoon1 month
Did they want him to kneecap someone on the team who mattered?
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LSU Tiger Eyes1 month
Italian, Irish, Russian, Ukranian, Albanian, or Cuban Mafia? If true (LOL), will he seek witness protection from said party? Kid is full of detritus!
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Lsustev1 month
He lost me at they paid Vandy to suck?
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kjanchild1 month
If I believe football is rigged, then I don't believe players are involved. I believe referees and the leagues, commissioner and other dignitaries could definitely be involved. If a player was involved then someone would have written a tell all book for money or would have told his story for money not just radio.
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3PieceSpicy1 month
Was this guy the fg or extra point holder or something? Kind of hard to rig games as a backup QB unless it’s close and it comes down to you holding for a kick.
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tiger1091 month
Wow! So that's why Vanderbilt sucks. It all makes sense now.
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DeafVallyBatnR1 month
They must have mistaken him for the starter (if this is real). But if that is not the case. How can a backup QB fix a game.

1. Hurt the starter to become the starter
2. Signal in the wrong play
Any other ways I am not thinking of?
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Sevensblue1 month
Too many moving parts for football to be rigged
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RAB1 month
Just the REC doing work.
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soccerfüt1 month
Yeah, Vanderbilt is in a position to throw an SEC football game.
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How is a backup gonna throw a game? ??
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Water Mocassin1 month
Kid is a tool.
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LSUtoBOOT1 month
Just to be clear, they offered Mo Green? Was he making his bones while the other players were banging cheerleaders?
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Geaux Guy1 month
He is lying. They told him that ‘we are the Italian mafia’. That’s comical in itself.
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HeadSlash1 month
No such thing. It is an insult to Italian/Americans perpetuated by the media and Hollywood.
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