Ole Miss Football Self-Imposes Post-Season Ban After Updated Charges From NCAA

Ole Miss Football Self-Imposes Post-Season Ban After Updated Charges From NCAA

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Ole Miss Football Self-Imposes Post-Season Ban After Updated Charges From NCAA

Ole Miss has received an updated notice of allegations from the NCAA and as a result the school has decided to self-impose a one-year postseason ban, according to Bruce Feldman.

Feldman’s string of tweets on the matter tells the entire story:

The “lack of institutional control” charge is huge, and likely means the school is headed for a rough collision with the NCAA Committee on Infractions. Whatever is in that updated notice of allegations has to be substantial for a program to self-impose a postseason ban.

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze defended himself immediately:

Well Hugh, clearly not if you got slapped down this hard and your bosses went ahead and self-imposed penalties.

We will bring you more on this as we hear it.

UPDATE: The NCAA alleges a football staffer hooked a recruit up to two boosters who paid the player cash. The player wound up going elsehwere.

And there’s more:

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