OSU facing allegations by Sports Illustrated for misconduct

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(KFOR) –  The Oklahoma State University’s football program is facing backlash from a series of reports made by Sports Illustrated. The five-part series reads like a drama script with money, drugs, and sex being topics of three parts of the series.

“Money”, part 1 of the series, is the only article published so far.  The rest are expected to be released throughout the rest of this week and next. Part 1 covers allegations of financial misconduct.  According to KFOR accusations include paying players and handing out bonuses to star players.  Some of the incidents date all the way back 2001 when Les Miles coached the team.

For the rest of the story READ: Sports Illustrated reveals part 1 of report alleging OSU misconduct

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