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The FBI is investigating whether former Rutgers director of basketball operations Eric Murdock tried to extort the university, the New York Times reported. In December, Murdock's lawyer reportedly sent a letter to Rutgers officials two weeks after Rice's initial suspension demanding $950,000, a sum that the university chose not to pay.

If he didn't come forward for the right reason he could end up falling in the same hole he dug for others. The incident should have been reported the moment it happend. However, he choose to report it after his job was on the line.

Do you think his motives were pure or is this another case of a scorned employee?

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaab-the-dagger/report-fbi-investigating-rutgers-whistle-blower-eric-murdock-142614949--ncaab.html


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