The NCAA has wrapped up its investigation into the Missouri men’s basketball team.
After a Division I Committee on Infractions panel overlooked all of the presented information, the NCAA determined Missouri failed to monitor its program. The investigation also found “impermissible inducements and extra benefits” that totaled $11,402.
On Tuesday, the committee announced it accepted Missouri’s self-imposed sanctions — which included a postseason ban in basketball this past season and scholarship reductions.
In addition, Missouri will be placed under probation for an additional year through August 1, 2017.
The full list of penalties can be seen below, with the full and detailed committee report available by clicking here.
- Public reprimand and censure for the university.
- One year of probation for the university from Aug., 2, 2016, through Aug. 1, 2017.
- The university self-imposed the following penalties:
- A one-year men’s basketball postseason ban for the 2015-16 season.
- A reduction of one scholarship during the 2015-16 season and by one for either the 2016-17 or 2017-18 season.
- A five-day reduction of men’s basketball recruiting days during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
- A prohibition from telephone recruiting calls with prospects for six weeks during 2016-17.
- A vacation of wins in which student-athletes participated while ineligible during the 2013-14 season. After the release of the public report, the university will identify the games affected.
- A permanent disassociation of the booster who employed the men’s basketball student-athletes and a prospect. The details of the university’s disassociation of the booster can be found in the public report.
- A two-year disassociation of the booster who provided the discounted lodging rate and his wife. The details of the university’s disassociation of the individuals can be found in the public report.
- A $5,000 fine.
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