Jeremy Pruitt paid the Tennessee football parent with cash in a Chick-fil-A bag

It was a Chick-fil-A bag.

Former Tennessee soccer coach Jeremy Pruitt used a Chick-fil-A bag to give the parent of a Tennessee soccer player several hundred dollars in late 2020, according to results of the NCAA Notice of Allegations and Tennessee’s response to the NCAA emerges.

Knox News Thursday obtained the 108-page document showing the scope and nature of the 18 alleged violations committed by Pruitt and his associates. UT denied portions of six of the 18 violations while openly denying that Tennessee had failed to monitor Pruitt and his associates. UT received notification of the allegations in July.

Pruitt and seven employees were fired in January 2021.

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