NCAA Places Oregon On Probation, No Postseason Ban
(CBS Seattle / AP) EUGENE, Ore. — NCAA places Oregon on probation for 3 years in recruiting case but no postseason ban.
Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports reports former Ducks coach Chip Kelly will be issued a “show-cause penalty” for failing to monitor the football program.
The Oregonian says the penalties include three years of probation, a reduction in scholarships for incoming recruits from 25 to 24 for the next two seasons, and the overall number of scholarships from 85 to 84 for the next three seasons; a reduction in official paid visits; but no bowl ban. Permissible number of evaluations down from 46 to 32 in the fall, 168 to 144 in the spring. Ban on subscribing to recruiting services during the probationary period.
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