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Nutt settlement: Wants integrity commission, not money

Posted By on Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 8:11 AM

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Rumor mill: A columnist for Yahoo sports, quoting sources, says the proposal by Houston Nutt to settle his defamation lawsuit against Ole Miss calls for no money for him but $500,000 to fund a "commission on integrity in Mississippi sports."

Integrity in sports — a tall order. Also: $500,000 would hire a middling assistant football coach in the SEC.

No word if the settlement would include any legal fees.

UPDATE: ESPN reporting same deal.


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