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Former Vanderbilt QB Mo Hasan Claims ‘Italian Mob’ Offered Him $300,000 To Fix Games

I don't buy it, but crazier things have happened.

The former college football quarterback, who played in only seven games in college, recently claimed in a podcast interview that he was approached by the Mafia about possible match-fixing during his playing days.

He played quarterback at Vanderbilt in 2018 and 2019 and played at USC in 2020 and 2021. Mo Hasan He appeared on the Momentum Podcast in an interview in February and opened up about the allegations. (Related: Dolphins' Tyreek Hill involved in scuffle at Kevin Hart comedy event in Atlanta: Report)

“At Jason Aldean's bar in Nashville, I was approached by an Italian mobster to fix a football game. I went to buy a drink and now I'm alone and not with a group of friends. He came to me and offered me $300,000,” Hasan claimed.

“He said my customers would pay $250,000 to $300,000 for a game for something like this…We regularly talk to people in your position about fixing the game. He mentioned the names of members of the SEC. I don't want to say their names because they're in the NFL now and it doesn't look good.

“But the University of Alabama…he said almost every game in the SEC is rigged.”


It's hard to imagine this being true considering Mo Hasan only threw 17 passes during his time at Vanderbilt, but at the same time, I've been alive for 33 years and I've never seen crazier things happen. I've seen it.

Frankly, no one knows.

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