This from former defensive lineman Stanley McClover, who is going to go on HBO to allege he was the recipient of extra benefits from an Auburn assistant coach, according to a report at Sports By Brooks.
McClover was a former Ohio State commit that raised some suspicions when suddenly changing his commitment on signing day, though no substantial allegations of wrongdoing ever surfaced publicly.
Former Auburn Player To Detail Allegation on HBOAs part of a Real Sports episode on the ďState of College Sports in AmericaĒ to be aired March 30 on HBO, Iíve been told McClover names the assistant coach in the piece.
The accused assistant coach is no longer at the school.
The allegation against the Auburn football program by McClover, who left the school in January 2006, falls outside the NCAAís standard statute of limitation guidline of four years, with one notable exception.
This allegation obviously occurred (reportedly) when Tommy Tuberville was the head coach, though it could still be punishable for the reasons detailed in the article.