I’m sure Laremy Tunsil won’t talk about it anymore. Hugh Freeze would prefer not to talk about it. The people in the Ole Miss athletic office will reluctantly talk to the NCAA about it.
Lindsay Miller, on the other hand, can’t shut up about it.
Miller claims Tunsil’s academic records were altered. He said [Tunsil’s mother Deseree] Polingo used to receive Western Union deliveries of money from Barney Farrar, Ole Miss assistant athletic director for high school and junior college relations. An apparent reference to Farrar was made in the year-old text messages on draft night; when Tunsil asked the Ole Miss administrator for money, he responds, “See Barney next week.”
I know it’s easy to hide things on the receiving end of a Western Union transfer, but I was under the impression that there is a paper trail on the front end. Assuming what Miller says is true, wouldn’t cash have been a safer means of taking care of her? Of course, the NCAA can’t subpoena Western Union, but it can sure look around Farrar’s records.
How many times do you figure Miller has spoken with NCAA investigators by now?