Auburn athletic officials, former coach Gene Chizik, Auburn police and other officials declined to comment, the roopstigo.com story states. CNN also sought, but did not get, comments from these key figures beyond the Auburn athletic statements.
The roopstigo.com report includes several allegations from ex-players.
McNeil, for example, said one of his grades mysteriously changed from failing to passing, days after his professor told him otherwise. He also alleged that up to $500 -- far more than the $50 per day allowed by the NCAA -- was spent to entertain and take care of one prized football recruit during his visit to campus.
Receiver Darvin Adams also alleges, in the story, that he was offered unspecified financial incentives to stay at Auburn, and not enter the NFL draft pool, for his senior year. And McNeil said he was given $400 after practice one day in 2007 by then-assistant coach Will Muschamp, now head coach at the University of Florida.
University of Florida spokespersons did not immediately respond to a CNN request Friday night for comment. But Muschamp did reject this claim in comments to The Gainesville Sun.
"Totally deny it. I don't know where this is coming from," Muschamp said.
And Chizik, who was dismissed as Auburn's coach last fall, denied payments were made to players or grades were changed, among other allegations in the roopstigo.com report.
"Ms. Roberts' story is long on accusation and inference, but short on facts and logic," Chizik said in a statement, posted on al.com.
"It is noteworthy that the story comes just days before a player mentioned most prominently in the article is set to go to trial for felony armed robbery," he added, referring to McNeil. "The statements are very generalized accusations devoid of substance."