First they were removed from the team, and now the school has deemed they can't attend there for the next four to 10 years.
The story is still not over in Eugene, and plenty are still upset with Ducks coach Dana Altman, among others.
Gary Parrish, Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander discuss the situation at Oregon, the coaching carousel, Kevin Ollie's new deal at UConn and much, much more.
The school has been subject to a lot of criticism and on-campus protests for how it went about reacting and penalizing players. A clearer explanation has been released.
The closed alleged rape case involving Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin has led to all three players' careers ending in Eugene.
Oregon is already running into issues on the recruiting trail.
Oregon says it delayed its suspension of three men's basketball players accused of a sexual assault at the request of the police. That explanation may not be accurate, and it's definitely not acceptable.
The Ducks have brought in and let go many players in four years under Altman. Is the philosophy working?
An alleged rape case involving three Oregon players has led to suspensions and defections. But why did the players still play in March? The school and the District Attorney are providing explanations.
The three Oregon basketball players suspended on Monday -- Dominic Artis, Brandon Austin and Damyean Dotson -- were accused of sexual assault back in March.

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