Oregon’s Dirty: We covered Oregon’s shady $25,000 payout Friday, but here’s a neat nugget that turned up over the weekend, courtesy of George Schroeder. “The domain name for the new company’s website — a necessity to comply with NCAA rules for scouting services — was registered March 16, 2010, three weeks after Lyles’ invoice to Oregon (Feb. 22) and 13 days before Oregon’s payment (March 29).” Dirty flesh peddler asks for money. Oregon looks to make sure everything is above board – wait, you didn’t register the domain! – ah, ok, now we’re good. Glad someone tipped off the media to this. [Register-Guard]
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