The NCAA recently released their Notice of Allegations citing the Ole Miss Football program for 13 of the school’s 28 reported rules violations.

With the fortunes of the Ole Miss program rising, questions as to how the Rebels are obtaining their recruits have also risen. The questions are also gaining interest from the NCAA as they are investigating Ole Miss Football alongside their women’s basketball and track and field programs.

During the 2015 season, Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil sat out seven games after the NCAA ruled that he was given improper benefits.

On Wednesday’s edition of the Gary Harris Show, Ole Miss beat writer for the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Parrish Alford explained the details into the NCAA’s investigation and how Ole Miss is reacting to it.

Alford later explained that although being under an NCAA investigation brings an understandable cause for concern, those at Ole Miss believe they will come out okay.

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