The Mississippi State Bulldogs have disassociated themselves from a booster because of “impermissible contact”.
According to the AP, the booster’s name has been removed from the original documents they were provided after a Freedom of Information Act request was made.
Mississippi State says in the documents that it has asked the disassociated booster to interview with the NCAA, but the booster has declined. It also says that ”other violations of NCAA rules also may have occurred.”
The disassociation letter says the booster is not allowed to participate in any organization that is recognized by Mississippi State as a supporter of the athletics programs, make a financial gift to Mississippi State’s athletics programs or receive any other privileges from the school’s athletics program not given to the general public.
This doesn’t look good for the Bulldogs, who are coming straight off the fresh resignation of former wide receivers coach Angelo Mirando, who apparently had something to do with the purchasing of a vehicle for current State defensive back Will Redmond.
The Bulldogs and their recruitment of Will Redmond are already under investigation by the NCAA. This really doesn’t help calm the nerves in Starkville.