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  • Missouri stands behind Haith despite NCAA penalty

    Missouri coach Frank Haith was suspended for five games by the NCAA on Tuesday after it was found that he inadequately monitored his former assistants' interactions with a disgraced Miami booster and then tried to cover up a five-figure hush money payment to keep potential violations hidden.

  • Oregon put on probation, loses scholarship

    Oregon will lose one scholarship each of the next three seasons and was placed on probation for three years for recruiting violations under former coach Chip Kelly, but avoided a bowl ban under NCAA sanctions issued on Wednesday.

  • Oregon put on probation, but faces no bowl ban

    The NCAA stripped Oregon of a scholarship in each of the next two seasons and placed the program on probation for three years, opting against stiffer penalties like a bowl ban despite issuing a show-cause order against former coach Chip Kelly, who apologized to the school, its fans and it players.

  • FILE - This Sept. 8, 2012 file photo shows Oregon coach Chip Kelly looking to the scoreboard during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Fresno State in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, FIle)

    NCAA puts Oregon football on probation for recruiting violations

    The NCAA also reduced Oregon's official paid visits from 56 to 37 for the next three academic years, reduced its evaluation days for each of the next three seasons and banned the program from using recruiting services during the probation period.

  • NCAA cites South Carolina for failure to monitor

    The NCAA has ruled that South Carolina failed to monitor its athletic program that resulted in various rules violations and has accepted the school's proposed sanctions to cut six football scholarships and slash its official recruiting visits by more than half in the coming year.

  • NCAA hits Bruce Pearl with 3-year penalty

    The NCAA said it wanted to send a clear message by slapping Bruce Pearl with a three-year show-cause penalty: Coaches are responsible for their programs.

  • Connecticut guard Kemba Walker is interviewed by the media prior to practice on the university campus in Storrs, Conn., Tuesday, March 29, 2011. Connecticut will face Kentucky in a national semifinal basketball game at the NCAA Final Four in Houston on Saturday.  (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

    No UConn postseason ban, but Calhoun suspended

    UConn coach Jim Calhoun was suspended by the NCAA for three games next season for recruiting violations committed under his watch, though the program dodged a major sanction when it was spared a postseason ban.

  • No UConn postseason ban, but Calhoun suspended

    UConn coach Jim Calhoun was suspended by the NCAA for three games next season for recruiting violations committed under his watch, though the program dodged a major sanction when it was spared a postseason ban.

  • FILE - In this March 7, 2009, file photo,  Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun reacts during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh. The University Connecticut says its men's basketball program committed major NCAA recruiting violations. The school imposed its own sanctions, including two years' probation and a loss of one scholarship for the next two seasons. But the university says the evidence does not support the NCAA allegation that coach Jim Calhoun _ who has won two national titles with the Huskies _ failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

    UConn isn't banned from postseason for NCAA violations

    The University of Connecticut's men's basketball team won't be banned from the postseason by the NCAA for violations committed under coach Jim Calhoun.

  • NCAA: Texas Tech broke recruiting rules

    The NCAA put Texas Tech on two years of probation Friday for a series of recruiting violations, saying 16 coaches or assistants sent nearly 1,000 impermissible text messages to football, softball and golf prospects.

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