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Nothing sucks more than seeing promising college athletes ruin their careers by doing stuff that violates NCAA rules.
This is very much the case with former Auburn Tiger and (now) former Arkansas State running back, Michael Dyer.
After an immensely successful freshman season at Auburn that included a National Championship, Dyer was suspended indefinitely for violating team rules. This was the first strike against his once-promising career.
Dyer, then kicked out of AU, decided to follow his former offensive coordinator to Arkansas State for a fresh start. It seemed to be a promising match, and despite having to sit out a season due to NCAA rules, his future was bright once again.
Then, news breaks that Dyer has been dismissed from the Red Wolves for breaking team rules.
Rules that have ruined many a career in college football — the smack-down of improper benefits.