The NCAA largely accepted Mississippi State’s self-imposed sanctions, which included the loss of scholarships and other restrictions. According to the report released Friday a Mississippi State booster provided improper benefits to a recruit, including a car for $2,000 below the actual value.
The report says Mirando “became aware of the improper recruiting activity but did not report it to university officials.”
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