On Friday, New Jersey gaming regulators ordered sportsbooks to suspend wagering on the Citrus Bowl between Purdue and LSU due to a violation of state regulations by “an individual associated with the Purdue Football team.”
According to ESPN, this is former Boilermakers quarterback Drew Brees, who is serving as an interim assistant coach during bowl preparation as Purdue moves from coach Jeff Brohm’s staff to the staff assembled by new coach Ryan Walters. The Boilermakers and the Tigers will face each other on January 2 in Orlando, Florida.
Brees was a paid spokesperson for the sportsbook PointsBet and received stock options in exchange for his services.
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A few weeks after Brees was hired as Purdue’s head coach in the middle of December, PointsBet severed ties with him, citing the need to ensure regulatory and legal compliance and responsible gaming practises.
In a statement released on December 22nd, the company said, “We wish Drew all the best as he returns home to his alma mater.
Athletes, coaches, referees, and directors of sports governing bodies are barred under New Jersey law from having “any ownership interest in, control of, or otherwise be employed by a (sportsbook).”
After Brees was hired on December 15th, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced that all wagers on the Citrus Bowl would be null and void.
After spending the last few months on the executive board of Boilermaker Alliance, the Purdue Name, Image, and Likeness collective, Brees has joined the Purdue staff on a temporary basis.
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He led the Boilermakers to the Rose Bowl at the end of the 2000 season before embarking on a 20-year NFL career in which he was selected to the Pro Bowl 13 times and was named Offensive Player of the Year twice.