Report: Reaves at center of NCAA investigation

By: Wes Boling Email
By: Wes Boling Email

KNOXVILLE (WVLT) -- Former Tennessee quarterbacks coach David Reaves was aware that Orange Pride members attended a high school football game involved UT recruits and did not tell the NCAA of his knowledge until December, sources tell GoVolsXtra.

Reaves' failure to tell the NCAA of his knowledge could result in an unethical conduct charge being levied on him by the organization.

Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton told GoVolsXtra that the Vols baseball program is also being investigated by the NCAA, though the nature of the possible violations appears to be secondary.


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