DJ Fluker, Tyler Bray and Fletcher Cox Reportedly Given Benefits While in SEC

Ethan Grant@DowntownEGAnalyst ISeptember 11, 2013

Another day, another NCAA scandal.

According to an investigative report from Yahoo! Sports' Rand Getlin and Charles Robinson, five former and current football players from the Southeastern Conference received improper benefits while playing for their respective schools.

The five players in question are former Alabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker, former Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, former Mississippi State wide receiver Chad Bumphis, former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and Tennessee defensive end Maurice Couch.

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