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Auburn is once again on the defensive amid allegations of wrongdoing going back to the 2010 national championship season.
Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says the school is reviewing allegations of NCAA rules violations in the football program during its 2010 national championship season but doesn't believe they're credible.
Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says the school is reviewing allegations of rules violations in the football program during its 2010 national championship season but doesn't believe they're credible.
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