Rumors swirl that cash money has made it back into the college football recruiting process.
Every year there’s rumblings, and some of it’s in good fun:
But the NCAA caught on to straight-cash transactions, not too long after the art of air-bombing tens of thousands of dollars wrapped in school flags over recruits’ homes was standard procedure. So coaches became more creative. But in the current technological age, almost any type of transaction is caught by computer…so while there may be no paper trail, there’s usually an electronic trail more damning.
Maybe coaches have once again figured out that straight-cash is the way to lure top recruits. And we all know how kids these days love their Benjamins:
Speaking of dirty recruiting accusations.