Sports Illustrated Accuses Miles of Past Violations
Les Miles came to LSU after a stint as the head coach at Oklahoma State. Sports Illustrated is now claiming there were many NCAA violations during Miles tenure at OSU.
According to WWL.com the article will point out that athletic department employees:
funneled cash to players through direct payments and "no-show" sham jobs, participated in "Widespread academic misconduct, which included tutors and other OSU personnel completing coursework for players, and professors giving passing grades for little or no work, all in the interest of keeping top players eligible.", provided sex to players through the school's "hostess program," in which a "small subset of the group had sex with recruits, a violation of NCAA rules and engaged in lax and selective enforcement of the school's drug policies and testing as it applied to star athletes.
OSU issued a statement saying the allegations do not involve any current coaches or athletes. Les Miles said "It has never been a place where you needed to cheat to have success." He denies the allegations.
The article did not list specific incidents.