Tennessee Receives Huge NCAA Notice of Allegations of Abuses by Jeremy Pruitt

Former Tennessee State soccer coach Jeremy Pruitt, his wife and several members of his soccer team provided nearly $60,000 in disallowed benefits and recruiting temptations to more than two dozen recruits and their families over a three-year period, according to a notice of allegations from the NCAA, a copy obtained From Sports Illustrated By requesting public records.

The 51-page document sent to the school Friday identifies 18 separate allegations of blatant recruiting misconduct from Pruitt and his staff as early as September 2018, his 10th month in business, and extending through the dead COVID-19 recruiting period of 2020. All allegations are from Level The first, and considered the most egregious on the scale of NCAA offenses.

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