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Postseason Ban & Scholarship Reductions Expanded For Ole Miss Football By NCAA

02 December 2017

And a couple hours after the NCAA issued its findings and the sanctions for the Ole Miss football program, former Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze has responded to the ruling and punishment with a statement.

They will have a four-year probation, with two left to serve, on top of what they have already been serving during the investigation.

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The NCAA can either accept the self-imposed penalties or add additional penalties.

Mississippi's football program won't participate in the postseason this year or in 2018 as part of the NCAA's sanctions levied against the school in the long-running rules violation case that included a charge of lack of institutional control.

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The program already self-imposed several penalties on itself, including a reduction of 11 scholarships over the course of four years, a $150,000 fine and a ban on postseason play in 2017.

Ole Miss will lose a total of 13 scholarships.

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This has been a long and winding road for Ole Miss, which included former coach Houston Nutt claiming the school defamed him by claiming numerous alleged infractions happened during his tenure. The day after topping rival Mississippi State 31-28 in Starkville, Luke had the interim tag removed, and the former Ole Miss offensive lineman is now on the job on a full-time basis. The show-cause is directly related to the NCAA investigation into recruiting violations. Phone records that showed Freeze calling numbers linked to escort services with his university phone came out during that lawsuit. Former staffer Barney Farrar faces five. New head coach Matt Luke, who was an assistant on Freeze's staff, was not named in the investigation, and thus has no individual NCAA penalties. The team also agreed to forfeit their share of SEC postseason revenues for this coming season. Some of them are more significant than others, ranging from former staffers allegedly fixing ACT scores to get recruits qualified for the football team to recruits allegedly hunting on boosters' private land. That resulted in a second Notice of Allegations that dealt with recruiting violations that were unrelated to Tunsil but discovered due to the Tunsil incident extending the inquiry. He testified before the NCAA infractions committee and is now playing for Mississippi State.

Postseason Ban & Scholarship Reductions Expanded For Ole Miss Football By NCAA