Oregon acknowledges NCAA violations
EUGENE, Ore. -- Oregon has acknowledged in documents that it did not adequately monitor its football program and that it did not follow NCAA regulations relating to recruiting and use of recruiting services
A statement of "proposed findings of violations" submitted by the NCAA to the Oregon athletic department was obtained Friday in a public records request by several media outlets.
The NCAA has been looking into Oregon's recruiting practices since questions arose over a 2010 payment of $25,000 to Willie Lyles and his Houston-based recruiting service. The information that Oregon said Lyles provided for the fee was largely outdated.
Oregon has not received a formal Notice of Allegations from the NCAA. The heavily redacted documents released Friday do not include any possible penalties.
I thought they hit Ohio State hard for what they did with tatoo gate. Major recruiting violations will be a big hit from the clowns better known as the NCAA.