New York Times raises questions about UT's sexy recruiting girls

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According to the Times: A significant part of the investigation is focused on the use of recruiting hostesses who have become folk heroes on Tennessee Internet message boards for their ability to help lure top recruits. They go on to report: In one case, hostesses traveled nearly 200 miles to attend a high school game in South Carolina in which at least three Tennessee recruits were playing. Marcus Lattimore, a running back who made an unofficial visit to Tennessee but said he would not...Read Full Story

Lacey Pearl Earps Pics

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Lacey Pearl Earps is a University of Tennessee student who was thrust into the center of a controversy over UT's college football recruiting practices when it was discovered that she is a member of the Orange Pride group and a University of Tennessee Hostesses.Lacey Pearl Earps (From Twitter)(From the 2009 Tennessee Volunteers Football Media Guide)(With UT recruit Byron Brown)Vote on Lacey Pearl Earps: Do you suspect Lacey Pearl Earps of using 'inappropriate' methods to recruit athletes?Read Full Story

Lacey Pearl Earps Pictures and Orange Pride Info

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Lacey Pearl Earps is the first name that's been dug up as bloggers do their own investigations into the hostesses used in the University of Tennessee's recruitment program. A media guide shows that Lacey Pearl Earps had her picture taken with Orange Pride group of athletics boosters. One picture uncovered by bloggers is that of Lacey Pearl Earps with UT freshman running back Bryce Brown. On her page, Lacey has a photo album titled, "i recruit champions .. you can thank me...Read Full Story

University of Tennessee's Hostesses Spark Recruiting Controversy

By JJ Duncan on
At the University of Tennessee, people take football seriously. Coach Lane Kiffin was a high-profile addition to the team when he was hired in the summer of 2008, but now he's facing an investigation from the NCAA into his team's recruiting practices. The New York Times reported Wednesday that the school's recruiting hostesses, part of the Orange Pride group, are at the center of the investigation at UT. The female students help the athletic program acquaint recruits with the campus and...Read Full Story
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