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Former SEC quarterback says the Mob was actively rigging SEC football games | Says he was offered 300k to throw a game

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Former SEC quarterback says the Mob was actively rigging Alabama football games
Former SEC quarterback says the Mob was actively rigging Alabama football games

Mo Hasan is a social media icon now, but he was an SEC quarterback at Vanderbilt from 2018 and 2019. He started in several games and won a game over a ranked Missouri.

The former SEC gunslinger says the Italian Mob was actively rigging Alabama football games.

On a recent podcast, he told a story about how he was offered BIG money to rig a game, and that other SEC players were allegedly already in on the scheme.

“I was approached at Jason Aldean’s bar in Nashville by the Italian Mob to fix football games… He offered me $300,000.”

Hasan didn’t expose the other players involved, because some are in the NFL now. However, he did mention the prominent school involved in the whole match-fixing process…

“But University of Alabama, I will tell you that. [The mobster] said that almost every game in the SEC is rigged.”

Hasan didn’t clarify whether he accepted or declined the offer, but it sounds like many other top players were involved.

This is interesting…..

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