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Sport Compliance experts don't expect big penalties for LSU over Beckham's cash handouts

18:41  18 january  2020
18:41  18 january  2020 Source:   thescore.com

LSU now investigating whether Odell Beckham Jr. gave real cash to players after national championship

  LSU now investigating whether Odell Beckham Jr. gave real cash to players after national championship The LSU athletic department, which at first said the bills OBJ handed out to LSU players were fake, is now saying it is investigating the situation. © Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. celebrates after the LSU Tigers beat the Clemson Tigers in the College Football Playoff national championship game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. After LSU defeated Clemson, Beckham was captured on camera handing what appeared to be cash to LSU wideouts Justin Jefferson, whose brothers Jordan and Rickey played with Beckham at LSU, and Jontre Kirklin.

Beckham Takes on NCAA Amateurism. Beckham was televised on the field handing wads of what appeared to be U.S. currency to two LSU players, junior receiver Justin Jefferson On Tuesday, LSU senior associate athletic director Robert Munson seemed to downplay Beckham ’ s cash handouts .

Odell Beckham Jr. apparently had a big game of Monopoly planned for after the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Beckham , an LSU product, was in attendance at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Monday for the Tigers’ championship victory over Clemson.

LSU is unlikely to face significant NCAA penalties after some players appeared to accept cash from Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. following the College Football Playoff National Championship, two compliance experts told CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd.

Odell Beckham Jr. standing on a stage in front of a crowd© Alika Jenner / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The university initially wasn't sure whether the money Beckham gave players after they won Monday's game was real. LSU said Wednesday that it had contacted the NCAA and SEC in order to address the situation.

Quarterback Joe Burrow suggested Wednesday that the bills were real.

"My takeaway is that they were celebrating and having fun," former NCAA enforcement official Tim Nevius told Dodd. "This is overly scrutinized despite the fact it could potentially be a rules violation. But it is unlikely to impact anyone's eligibility because the guys who accepted the money are leaving.

How Odell Beckham Jr. accidentally clowned the NCAA with money handout

  How Odell Beckham Jr. accidentally clowned the NCAA with money handout LSU acknowledged the cash Beckham gave LSU players on Monday was likely real.

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Cashing a check is often free, but some places charge steep fees to convert a check to cash . Plan to endorse the check or sign it over to the store to get cash . If you don ’ t need cash immediately, you can deposit your checks to a prepaid account (which is presumably linked to a prepaid debit card).

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"And any underclassmen who got money, there is a threshold that will require them to repay the money that would not likely result in a suspension."

Brian Battle, a former Florida State and FAU compliance official, said he agreed with Nevius.

Beckham, one of several former Tigers who attended the game, was seen putting cash in players' hands on the field and later joined the team in the locker room to continue the celebration.

LSU compliance and the NCAA will continue to investigate the situation.

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Odell Beckham Jr. May Not Get Arrested for Slapping Cop's Butt After All

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