Infractions

Infractions Appeals Committee upholds former Alabama assistant coach’s penalty

Download the Dec. 2017 University of Alabama Asst. Football Coach Public Appeals Decision A former assistant football coach at Alabama must serve a two-year show cause order, according to a decision by the NCAA Division I Infractions...

Former Ole Miss track coach’s violations and penalty upheld by appeals committee

A finding that the former Ole Miss head track and field coach acted unethically and failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance was upheld by the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee.

Ole Miss lacked institutional control in football program

The University of Mississippi lacked institutional control and fostered an unconstrained culture of booster involvement in football recruiting, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

Prairie View A&M men’s basketball coach failed to promote compliance

Prairie View A&M and members of its men’s basketball staff violated extra benefit, financial aid, head coach responsibility and ethical conduct rules, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

Infractions panel could not conclude academic violations in North Carolina case

A Division I Committee on Infractions hearing panel could not conclude that the University of North Carolina violated NCAA academic rules when it made available deficient Department of African and Afro-American Studies “paper courses” to the general student body, including student-athletes.

Rutgers failed to monitor its football program

Rutgers failed to monitor its football program over a five-year period when it did not ensure its football student host group and its drug-testing program followed university policy and NCAA rules.

Pacific and former head men’s basketball coach failed to monitor program

A former Pacific head men’s basketball coach failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance when he violated academic misconduct and recruiting rules to get prospects eligible

Former South Florida assistant men’s basketball coach acted unethically, violated recruiting rules

A former South Florida assistant men’s basketball coach acted unethically when he knowingly violated NCAA rules to provide prospects with impermissible housing, transportation and meals, and then denied his involvement in the violations.

Grambling failed to monitor its certification process; track program commits violations

Grambling did not monitor its certification process when it improperly certified the eligibility of 45 student-athletes in 11 sports.

NCAA appeals committee upholds findings against former Ole Miss head women's basketball coach

Download the July 2017 University of Mississippi Infractions Appeals Public Decision The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld an NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel's finding that the former Ole Miss head women's...

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