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Herchel
07-24-2017, 04:32 PM
https://www.seccountry.com/mississippi/ole-miss-received-case-summary-ncaa

ECDawg78
07-24-2017, 05:21 PM
https://media.treehugger.com/assets/images/2011/10/hammer-museum-photo.jpg

zud the hut
07-24-2017, 11:14 PM
This has gone on for years and all of a sudden, it all comes to a head.

Really Big Bama Fan
07-24-2017, 11:31 PM
"Loss of Institutional Control;" The Rebels were lucky. The penalty is much worse if that charge is not made.

Dr.SwineSmeller
08-01-2017, 09:56 PM
THe SMU death penalty was the first and only ever. I doubt we ever see it again, ever.

zud the hut
08-02-2017, 12:24 PM
THe SMU death penalty was the first and only ever. I doubt we ever see it again, ever.

I have to think that you're right. Ole Miss's problems are like a tea party compared to Baylor's drunken hazing frat party. And if there's no death penalty for Baylor then I can't see Ole Miss getting that hammering.

Herchel
08-02-2017, 03:37 PM
I have to think that you're right. Ole Miss's problems are like a tea party compared to Baylor's drunken hazing frat party. And if there's no death penalty for Baylor then I can't see Ole Miss getting that hammering.

When in doubt, follow the money. The conference TV contracts killed any possibility of the death penalty.

MKfromPA
08-02-2017, 08:05 PM
This has gone on for years and all of a sudden, it all comes to a head.

And I bet with self-imposing themselves with a penalty, the school thinks it has done enough punishment to itself, LOL.

Herchel
08-10-2017, 12:43 PM
The NCAA's letter. Looks like they are pissed. They claim infractions continued during the investigation.

https://www.scribd.com/document/355930115/Enforcement-Staff-Reply-Redacted




ENFORCEMENT WRITTEN REPLY The University of Mississippi – Case No. 00561 July 21, 2017
I. INTRODUCTION
This portion of the case includes 21 alleged violations in the institution's football program that occurred over approximately five and a half years between May 2010 and January 2016. The NCAA enforcement staff identified 15 of the allegations as Level I, one allegation as Level II and five allegations as Level III. The facts uncovered during a fair and thorough investigation substantiated numerous violations and revealed a culture of noncompliance infecting the football program, both internally among personnel and externally among boosters. The allegations include ACT exam fraud; the provision of substantial extra benefits and recruiting inducements, including cash payments; and a range of improper recruiting tactics and booster misconduct. Another significant factor in this case was that football personnel committed serious violations while the investigation was ongoing. Many of the facts surrounding the underlying violations are uncontroverted. The scope and nature of violations also demonstrate that Hugh Freeze (Freeze), head football coach, failed to satisfy the responsibilities of a head coach and the institution failed to monitor and exercise control over its athletics program. The football investigation was lengthy and processing this portion of the case was delayed multiple times as the enforcement staff and institution periodically received new information of additional allegations. On January 22, 2016, the enforcement staff issued a notice of allegations in Case No. 189693 that contained 13 football allegations and 15 allegations involving the women's basketball and track and field programs. On June 8, 2016, the enforcement staff withdrew the football charges after receiving information six weeks prior of additional violations in the football program that required time to investigate.

You ca read the charges from the link.