Ole Miss Charged With NCAA Rules Violations

Charles Bowles
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Ole Miss has been charged with 30 NCAA violations in football, women’s basketball and track and field programs. According to a Yahoo Sports report, the university received notice of their violations earlier today.

The investigation stems from the actions of previous coaches in the football and women’s basketball programs and predates the arrival of the current Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze. The NCAA has been investigating the school over the past several years and the process appears to be over for the Rebels.

This football season, offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil sat out seven games for accepting impermissible benefits that included the use of loaner vehicles and an airline ticket purchased by a friend.

The NCAA has not commented on the charges to Ole Miss, although they rarely comment on investigations.

Ole Miss has 90 days to appeal the NCAA’s ruling on their investigation. The university is still yet to comment on the allegations.

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