NCAA enforcement representatives have spent months in Memphis looking into potential football rules violations, multiple sources told Yahoo! Sports.
The investigation is far-reaching enough to encompass multiple potential violations involving multiple schools, sources said. Among them is Auburn running back signee and Memphis Wooddale High School product Jovon Robinson, whose academic transcript was found to be falsified, and Mississippi State freshman defensive back Will Redmond, from Memphis East, whose coach was questioned by the NCAA. It is unknown whether other players are being probed.
Robinson has been declared ineligible by the NCAA. A guidance counselor at Wooddale reportedly admitted to falsifying his transcript and resigned. At Mississippi State, receivers coach Angelo Mirando's abrupt resignation this week was related to the NCAA inquiry, according to a source.
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