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The University of Oregon has released documents to the Oregonian, Register-Guard, and other media outlets about the NCAA investigation into their recruiting tactics including Oregon's relationship with then-scout Will Lyles.
The documents report that Oregon and the NCAA have agreed to some violations stemming with the fact Oregon received oral reports which is against the NCAA regulations.
George Schroeder also reports that Oregon has agreed with the NCAA that the Athletic Department failed to correctly monitor the Football program's use of scouting services.
In addition to that Oregon has agreed with the NCAA that they've violated the amount of coaching staff members out at one time recruiting during 2008-2011 by one which Schroeder views as possibly Will Lyles.
Schroeder also tweets out the UO hasn't received notice of allegations yet.
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My guess is loss of some scholarships and a 1 year bowl ban. In which case it will suck to miss out on a BCS bowl one year but I dont think it will have long term effects on the program and we'll continue kicking ass on Saturdays.
doesnt the ncaa have serious matters to attend to like the death penalty worthy case thats going on at miami. they should just slap us on the wrist so we can all move on from this.
This post was edited by dukeb15 2 years ago
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