Former Boston College football player Jamall Anderson, who played running back for the Eagles in the 1990’s, is opening up about wild recruiting parties on campus that he says are “nothing new” in college sports.
Anderson backed up his claims by sharing video of one night’s shenanigans with TMZ Sports.
In the video, a group of recruits and players can be seen taking sots, drinking plenty of other booze and grinding on strippers. It got to be too much for one young man, who was captured on video passed out in the corner of the bathroom.
Anderson is currently promoting his book, The Best Bet, saying he hopes future athletes avoid the mistakes he has made — which include commiting credit card fraud to fund the parties.
Here’s video Anderson shared with TMZ:
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Boston College has issued a statement in response of the video.
“This 22 year old video, which is alleged to have taken place at Boston College, depicts unauthorized and unacceptable behavior that does not reflect the culture of BC or the standards to which our student-athletes are held.”
You can listen to more of Anderson explaining his reason for coming forward and his book by clicking here.
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