3 UTEP Players Ousted by NCAA for Gambling

 

According to USA Today, 3 University of Texas El Paso (UTEP) players,  McKenzie Moore, Jalen Ragland, and Justin Crosgile, were dismissed from the team for gambling on sporting events.  It has been reported that there was no point shaving involved, but there will be more to this story.  Also it is curious of the timing because Moore and Ragland were suspended since December 28.  That is significant because it comes about a month after a coaching feud between USC’s Andy Enfield and UTEP’s Tim Floyd.  It would take some time to complete an investigation of this magnitude, so it’s natural to wonder when the allegations first surfaced.  Hmmm…

 

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