Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil could miss more games this season as an ongoing NCAA investigations continue on about a loaner vehicle he received from an local Oxford dealership. Per SI.com:
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Tunsil is under NCAA investigation for allegedly accepting impermissible benefits following allegations made by his mother’s estranged husband, Lindsey Miller, which followed a June incident in which Tunsil and Miller were involved in an altercation that prompted police involvement.

ESPN’s report indicated the “sticking point” that kept Tunsil sidelined for Ole Miss’s first two games is a loaner vehicle he received from an Oxford, Miss., dealership while his car was being repaired. Tunsil allegedly kept the loaner vehicle for an “extended” period of time before returning it, long enough to indicate acceptance of an extra benefit under NCAA rules.
Tunsil is expected to be a top 10 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
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frick the ncaa
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Treehorn is a funny fella
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Everything about Ole Miss' sudden recruiting prowess makes perfect sense. They are a top 5 traditional program with a massive stadium, huge fanbase, and a lure that no one outside of Notre Dame has.

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4 first rounders maybe 5. By the way, not a high school coach at that point. He came to us from Arkansas State.
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Tunsil is playing. OM will sue the NCAA if they try to block him from playing against Alabama.
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4 first rounders....all committing to a highschool coach, at a school that hasnt been relevant more than once or twice in 30 years. Nah, nothin goin on here.
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Hope he is back to play the Aggies. We want to beat them at full strength.
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3 first rounders in the same class at ole miss? nah nothing fishy there...
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