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This Big East football program exceeded countable athletically related hours from 2005-2009 triggering compliance to relocate into their building. West Virginia University Role of non-strength staff in summer voluntary workouts conducted workouts & 7 on 7s offered advice on technique

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This Big East football program exceeded countable athletically related hours from 2005-2009 triggering compliance to relocate into their building.

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West Virginia University

  • Role of non-strength staff in summer voluntary workouts
    • conducted workouts & 7 on 7s
    • offered advice on technique
  • Coaches conducted position specific drills & alignment during the winter conditioning period
  • Simulated footballs (taped towels and tennis balls)
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Ball State’s former head tennis coach, Kathy Bull

  • Directed 3 women’s tennis student-athletes to not report excessive countable hours to the Compliance Office
  • Arranged for current student-athletes to participate in on-court activities with prospects during official recruiting visits
  • Required practice logs from her squad over the summer vacation period
  • Loaned money to a prospect

"Need a favor. The first week of practice, would u 3 be comfortable saying that we did not practice on Tues and Thursday? “

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This football program provided impermissible transportation & lodging to a heavily touted recruit on multiple occasions.

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Louisiana State Football

  • During unofficial visits the 2 year college transfer, Akiem Hicks, was provided:
  • Transportation around campus, to/from the airport & local restaurants
  • Lodging by a female student worker
  • LSU Football was placed on probation in July.
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A marijuana investigation unearthed this basketball program’s point shaving scandal.

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University of San Diego

  • Men’s Basketball
  • 10 people indicted in 2010 point shaving scheme including former asst coach & 2 athletes
  • 2008 basketball study by NCAA
  • 1.6% asked to influence outcome
  • 2% bet on their own team
  • 1.4% bet on an opponent
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This Notre Dame student-athlete posted a fabricated endorsement poster of himself on his Twitter account.

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Manti Te’o

  • An ND fan created a poster featuring the Notre Dame inside linebacker accompanied by an Adidas logo. The graphic appeared on Manti’s Twitter thread along with his appreciation for the effort.
  • implied endorsement
  • potential extra benefit (if produced/provided)
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This university committed unethical conduct and academic fraud violations in 2009 leaving 3 student-athletes permanently ineligible.

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East Carolina University Pirates

  • During 2009 a women’s tennis student athlete serving as an academic tutor wrote papers on fifteen occasions and created a presentation that 4 baseball student-athletes submitted as their own work.
  • 2 provided false & misleading information
  • All 5 competed while ineligible
  • 2 suspended for 09-10 & 10-11 season
  • 3 declared permanently ineligible
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This Oregon cornerback may not have realized that he could get more than a speeding ticket for his reckless driving in June 2011.

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Which way to the Natty?

Cliff Harris

Harris was driving a rental car on June 12 when he & 3 teammates were clocked driving 118 in a 65-mph zone with a suspended license. Where’d he get the car?

Result: suspended & will sit out at least the Ducks’ season opener versus LSU

In Dallas.

An investigation into any possible NCAA violations is pending.

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These baseball powerhouses saw nearly their entire squads compensated for work they didn’t perform.

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Arizona State & Georgetown Baseball Programs

ASU’s former head baseball coach employed 20 student-athletes who were compensated nearly $6,000 for work they did not perform.

Result: 3 year probation & 1 year postseason ban.

An audit would have assisted Georgetown in discovering 7 years of negligent record keeping and over $61,000 of unearned wages paid to 26 student-athletes. Result: 3 year probation in 2009.

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This USC senior was suspended after a video featuring his inappropriate behavior posted on the web.

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Southern Cal’s Marc Tyler

Clausen’s former high school teammate was suspended July 18 for comments he made to media group TMZ while allegedly intoxicated. When asked if athletes were paid better at USC or in the pros, Tyler replied USC.

Result: suspended for at least the Trojan’s home opener versus Minnesota September 3. He awaits further sanctions.

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North Carolina faced an extensive NCAA investigation & major violations after this student-athlete’s tweet.

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Former UNC defensive tackle Marvin Austin

  • Took 4 trips he did not pay for, 2 to California & 2 to Florida. The agent scandal that broke at UNC ultimately affected the eligibility of 13 teammates and South Carolina’s Weslye Saunders.
  • Austin, Robert Quinn & Greg Little dismissed
  • improper benefits
  • academic misconduct.
  • Knowledge of the impermissible benefits provided to Austin and others was first leaked on Austin’s own Twitter account.