Ole Miss releases 52-page NCAA Notice of Allegations

Ole Miss released a 52-page NCAA Notice of Allegations on Friday, detailing violations in from the football, women’s basketball and track and field programs.

A number of the violations against the football program are Level I violations under head coach Hugh Freeze. Rebels assistant coaches Maurice Harris, Chris Kiffin and Derrick Nix were also specifically named.

Maurice Harris, Chris Kiffin and Derrick Nix are all current assistants named for some level of violation.

— Hugh Kellenberger (@KellenbergerCBB) May 27, 2016

Former coaches have also been mentioned.

NCAA alleges that David sanders and Chris Vaughn set up fake ACTs for three football players in 2010 (pre-Freeze)

— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) May 27, 2016

“There were two Level I violations for academic misconduct, two Level I violations for unethical conduct directed at individuals who were no longer university employees when the violation occurred, seven Level I violations for other misconduct or unethical conduct charges, four Level I violations of improper benefits from boosters and four Level I violations of head coach control in women’s basketball,” a detailed breakdown of the violations from the Clarion-Ledger states.

“There were also eight Level II violations and four Level III violations. Level I violations are the most serious, followed by Level II and then Level III.”

Ole Miss has responded to the allegations with self-imposed sanctions which you can see below:

  • Postseason ban in women’s basketball
  • Double-digit reductions in football scholarships
  • Termination of four coaches
  • $159, 325 financial penalty

We should learn more on the NCAA’s ruling in a couple of months.

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