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October 1, 1990 | From Associated Press
Auburn Coach Pat Dye was hospitalized late Sunday night after experiencing stomach problems and was listed in satisfactory and stable condition this morning. David Housel, sports information director for Auburn, said Dye began experiencing the stomach problems Sunday afternoon and was admitted to East Alabama Medical Center for tests.
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December 2, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Pat Dye, former Auburn football coach, will receive more than $1.1 million over seven years as part of the settlement he reached with the university for his resignation, the Birmingham News reported. Dye, 53, resigned after 12 years as Auburn's coach in the wake of NCAA charges accusing his football program of rules violations. The settlement was signed Nov. 25 by Dye and Auburn President William V. Muse, the News said.
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November 20, 1990
Auburn Coach Pat Dye says he's amused by reports that he's terminally ill and ready to leave the Tiger sideline. "It's been a strange year in college football," Dye said Monday night. "I've come back from the dead, been fired, rehired and resigned and whatever." Dye made the comment in a talk to the Birmingham Touchdown Club.
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November 27, 1992 | From Associated Press
Pat Dye's career at Auburn is over. No. 2 Alabama still has unfinished business. Alabama defeated Auburn, 17-0, on Thursday and moved a step closer to a national championship showdown with top-ranked Miami. It was the final game for Dye, who announced his resignation Wednesday night after 12 seasons with the Tigers. "This is not exactly the way I would have preferred to go out," said Dye, who stepped down amid allegations that Auburn violated NCAA rules and who is troubled by health problems.
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August 28, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A receptionist nudges a can of bug spray with her foot. "Ants," she says. "We got ants all over the place." She's going to need more than the one can. Beyond her desk is the heart of a $7.2-million, 88,000-square-foot concrete fortress known as the Auburn Athletic Complex.
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May 25, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Auburn Coach Pat Dye was listed in satisfactory condition at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta after undergoing a three-hour operation aimed at reducing the blood supply and pressure on his spleen. Doctors said he should be able to resume his normal routine about July 1.
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December 2, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Pat Dye, former Auburn football coach, will receive more than $1.1 million over seven years as part of the settlement he reached with the university for his resignation, the Birmingham News reported. Dye, 53, resigned after 12 years as Auburn's coach in the wake of NCAA charges accusing his football program of rules violations. The settlement was signed Nov. 25 by Dye and Auburn President William V. Muse, the News said.
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November 26, 1992 | From Associated Press
On the eve of his team's most important game of the season, and under a cloud of alleged NCAA rules violations, Pat Dye resigned Wednesday after 12 seasons as coach at Auburn. The resignation was announced by Auburn President William Muse during a news conference in Birmingham, where the Tigers (5-4-1) will play No. 2 Alabama (10-0) today. It will be Dye's last game as Auburn coach. "This was Coach Dye's decision," Muse said. "This was a difficult decision for him and Auburn University."
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November 10, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The attorney for Auburn Coach Pat Dye questioned the legality of secretly made tape recordings that led the NCAA to accuse the football program of rules violations. The NCAA sent the school a letter of inquiry on Thursday, outlining nine allegations. The letter resulted from tapes former Auburn player Eric Ramsey made and released in 1991 to support his claim that he received improper cash and gifts from coaches and boosters.
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December 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Auburn's incoming president said Monday that tape recordings made by a former football player who claims coaches gave him money didn't appear to implicate Coach Pat Dye in wrongdoing. William V. Muse, who will replace Jim Martin as president in April, responded to Sunday's "60 Minutes" broadcast during which excerpts of secret recordings made by Eric Ramsey were played. The tape of Dye "sounded pretty inconclusive to me," Muse said. "I'm not sure if there was anything new on that program."
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December 23, 1991 | From Associated Press
Auburn Coach Pat Dye did not respond when former football player Eric Ramsey told him about financial help he was getting from an assistant coach, according to a tape recording made public by Ramsey. CBS's "60 Minutes" broadcast portions of Ramsey's tapes Sunday night, marking the first time any parts of the recordings directly involving Dye had been aired publicly.
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November 7, 1991 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI
The problem with chiseling a New Year's Day bowl matchup into stone is that sometimes you need an eraser. No one knows this better than the frazzled folks at the Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz., where plans for a Florida State vs. Notre Dame potential national championship game, so firm a few weeks ago, now appear in jeopardy. The troublemaker is No. 1-ranked Florida State.
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December 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Auburn's incoming president said Monday that tape recordings made by a former football player who claims coaches gave him money didn't appear to implicate Coach Pat Dye in wrongdoing. William V. Muse, who will replace Jim Martin as president in April, responded to Sunday's "60 Minutes" broadcast during which excerpts of secret recordings made by Eric Ramsey were played. The tape of Dye "sounded pretty inconclusive to me," Muse said. "I'm not sure if there was anything new on that program."
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November 6, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An attorney for Auburn Coach Pat Dye, Sam Franklin, Tuesday accused a former player and his attorney of creating a "media mirage" by releasing portions of secretly recorded tapes. He called on them to release all the tapes to the NCAA. But the attorney for former defensive back Eric Ramsey said the school should not be so eager for all the tapes to be released.
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