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December 26, 1992 | Associated Press
Texas A&M on Friday declared four players, including running back Greg Hill, ineligible after looking into charges of improper payments by booster Warren A. Gilbert Jr. The other ineligible players were offensive linemen James Brooks, Darius Smith and receiver Percy Singleton. A release from university president William Mobley said the players were "ineligible in accordance with NCAA regulations but (the school) will consider requesting restoration of eligibility based upon . . .
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December 21, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Warren A. Gilbert Jr., operator of one of the largest U.S. Housing and Urban Development-subsidized housing projects in Dallas, defended payments of thousands of dollars to at least five Texas A&M football players as proper. Payments to the players allegedly were written off as maintenance fees for the housing projects. The players were paid year-round in apparent violation of NCAA rules, yet in some cases did no work, current and former employees of Gilbert say.
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December 21, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Warren A. Gilbert Jr., operator of one of the largest U.S. Housing and Urban Development-subsidized housing projects in Dallas, defended payments of thousands of dollars to at least five Texas A&M football players as proper. Payments to the players allegedly were written off as maintenance fees for the housing projects. The players were paid year-round in apparent violation of NCAA rules, yet in some cases did no work, current and former employees of Gilbert say.
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December 26, 1992 | Associated Press
Texas A&M on Friday declared four players, including running back Greg Hill, ineligible after looking into charges of improper payments by booster Warren A. Gilbert Jr. The other ineligible players were offensive linemen James Brooks, Darius Smith and receiver Percy Singleton. A release from university president William Mobley said the players were "ineligible in accordance with NCAA regulations but (the school) will consider requesting restoration of eligibility based upon . . .
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