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Oregon acknowledges NCAA violations in documents

Posted on: February 24, 2012 6:53 pm
Edited on: February 24, 2012 6:54 pm
 
Posted by Bryan Fischer

Oregon is dealing with several NCAA issues stemming from former scout Will Lyles and certainly knows when to dump release information regarding the case. The school released two heavily redacted documents late Friday afternoon to local papers as part of an open records request, detailing proposed findings of violations and shining a little light on an investigation that has been going on for several months following a Yahoo! Sports investigative report released last March.

According to the Eugene Register-Guard, the Oregon athletic department agreed that the football program did not follow NCAA bylaws and was not adequately monitored regarding use of recruiting/scouting services. The "proposed findings of violations" were sent from the NCAA enforcement staff to the school but is not a formal Notice of Allegations, which the report noted had not been received as of Friday.

At least three services did not conform to NCAA rules according to the documents and the program exceeded the number of permitted coaches recruiting by one between 2009 and 2011. Head coach Chip Kelly is believed to be near the center of the probe regarding his involvement. The school has retained attorney Michael Glazier, a partner in the firm Bond, Schoeneck & King, for his expertise in dealing with NCAA cases.

Oregon received a notice of inquiry in September to mark the formal start of the NCAA investigation into the Ducks' recruiting and use of scouting services. Lyles has claimed, among other things, that the school paid him $25,000 for influence with recruits in the state of Texas.

Comments

Since: Aug 27, 2008
Posted on: February 24, 2012 8:01 pm
 

Oregon acknowledges NCAA violations in documents

Well maybe we should be worried. If a buckeye fan thinks its bad.....Oh wait...I live in Columbus now. Buckeye fans basically simple idiots. 



Since: Jan 7, 2011
Posted on: February 24, 2012 7:50 pm
 

Oregon acknowledges NCAA violations in documents

the ducks are dead meat.....this is huge....maybe the duckies got some tatoos too



Since: Sep 7, 2010
Posted on: February 24, 2012 7:39 pm
 

Oregon acknowledges NCAA violations in documents

never hurts to have a school rep. on the COI board either.


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