Scott Ellis 6:30 a.m., April 26
"I had a son who played high school football, and I wanted him to be recruited by SDSU. I explained this to Ms. Roush." A few days later, Sutton said, he got a phone call from some associates who had found out he had been an "informant" to Roush.
Posted September 30, 2004
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