A.J. Green Sold Bowl Jersey For Three Figures, And Not On Ebay ... Right?

Mark Schlabath reports:

A person familiar with the NCAA investigation told ESPN.com that Green did not sell his jersey on eBay and received less than $1,000 for it. The source said Green has been forthcoming and honest with NCAA investigators, but added there were “some twists and turns” involved with the case.

Eric Streitenberger points out:

If there is any program in the country who should know how to prevent players from selling memorabilia, it should be Georgia. The NCAA had to create rules on how to handle the situation following the selling of 9 SEC Championship rings by Dawgs players back in 2003. For this to happen again looks pretty bad, even if the sale of a jersey from a crappy bowl game is very different from the sale of a championship ring.

And Dan Rubenstein discovers:

Georgia’s been selling AJ Green jerseys & keeping ALL the profit for themselves … BUSTED! … http://bit.ly/9jT8CBless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

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