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The NCAA's interviewing with former Ole Miss recruits. That doesn't mean they're on a wild goose chase.

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The rule that allows the NCAA to grant immunity for the players interviewed at Auburn and State also requires that they have an explicit reason to do so. Watch the vid to learn more.

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This week's was recorded a few days ago, so ignore the intro about the Cal-Hawaii game (Cal won by a lot and now has a bunch of Australian fans). We're diving into the recent news about the NCAA asking players at SEC West rivals to snitch on Ole Miss, and why that could be bad for everyone involved.

Here's what Yahoo's Pat Forde reported last week:

NCAA Enforcement representatives have visited Auburn and Mississippi State, and perhaps at least one more SEC Western Division school, this summer to speak with players who were recruited by Ole Miss. The players were granted immunity from potential NCAA sanctions in exchange for truthful accounts of their recruitment, sources said.