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.
Still pretty small potatoes, but there is a little more that wasn't mentioned in OP.
I can't believe how lucky Oregon is. Not only did they get a slap on the wrist, but the very same day the NCAA announced the "penalties" the DOMA court decision was announced and a famous NFL player gets charged with murder. Unbelievable.
"and banned the program from using recruiting services during the probation period."
Holy Cow schools can pay recruiting "services". Of course they become a middleman for payouts. Why do the cases where there is real cheating rarely result in real punishments? Oh sure Oregon didn't mean to cheat, totally unintentional.
I think the NCAA is under a microscope with the way they handled the Miami case. Probably not going to crack down on anyone.
Anyways, its like waiting to get called for at the DOT... and now our number is up.
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