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NCAA hands out Oregon sanctions, no bowl ban

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04:03 PM ET 06.26 | The NCAA completed its investigation into Oregon football after over two years, and handed out relatively light sanctions. The Ducks will not face a postseason ban, and will only be docked three scholarships over the next three years. They will face some tough recruiting restrictions involving official visits and evaluation days, but the Ducks will not be robbed of a chance to compete for a national title in 2013. The sanctions go back to when the program paid Will Lyles $25,000 for "recruiting services," which included steering recruits to Oregon.

Eugene Register-Guard

, Jonathan Ferrey Jonathan Ferrey
Comment #1 has been removed
June 26, 2013  04:13 PM ET

True--but what is disappointing is that the NCAA crippled USC's program and only slapped Oregon's wrist?
Why?

June 26, 2013  04:14 PM ET

Barely a slap on the list. No Wrath here.

June 26, 2013  04:15 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

True--but what is disappointing is that the NCAA crippled USC's program and only slapped Oregon's wrist?Why?

Oregon cooperated, USC fought tooth and nail. Let's see how Miami fares.

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June 26, 2013  04:37 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Barely a slap on the list.

Chinese accent?

June 26, 2013  05:25 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Funny The Chipster got outta town before the NCAA brought the hammer down on Ducks football. I bet he saw the writing on the wall & bolted for the NFL. Now The Chipster & Cheatin' Pete have something in common. They both ran away from their programs in enough time to escape the wrath of the NCAA.

Chippy learned the tricks of the trade from Pete Carroll.

June 26, 2013  06:27 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

True--but what is disappointing is that the NCAA crippled USC's program and only slapped Oregon's wrist?Why?

Phil Knight paid off the NCAA, that's why.

June 26, 2013  07:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

True--but what is disappointing is that the NCAA crippled USC's program and only slapped Oregon's wrist?Why?

Paul Dee was the chairman on infractions at the NCAA when USC got busted around 2009, and he had to over-compensate since he was the most corrupt AD in history while working at Miami. When he had a top program under investigation he made an example of them. Now that fat **** is dead and burning in hell for all his cheating, and the NCAA is back to normal, basically looking the other way on big programs, and slapping wrists on the dirtiest of dirties, and we're all better off. I can't wait for USC to beat the crap out of cheating, slap-wristed programs like Oregon, while SC is on sanctions and the evil-doers are running free.

Oh Oregon was too chicken to schedule USC this year? Figures.

June 26, 2013  08:34 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Funny The Chipster got outta town before the NCAA brought the hammer down on Ducks football. I bet he saw the writing on the wall & bolted for the NFL. Now The Chipster & Cheatin' Pete have something in common. They both ran away from their programs in enough time to escape the wrath of the NCAA.

True.. If Chip was still there NCAA would have come down harder on the Ducks.. this is just a tap on the wrist.. 1 scholarship a year for 3 years??.. Come on.. Chip knew 'something' was coming.. that's why he got out of town

June 26, 2013  09:48 PM ET

Wow!! A school is caught cheating and gets nuttin!

I wonder what would have happened if they had found out their players were trading rings and trophies, of their own, for tattoos?

GO BUCKS!!!

June 26, 2013  10:24 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Oregon cooperated, USC fought tooth and nail. Let's see how Miami fares.

Good comment.

June 26, 2013  10:26 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Paul Dee was the chairman on infractions at the NCAA when USC got busted around 2009, and he had to over-compensate since he was the most corrupt AD in history while working at Miami. When he had a top program under investigation he made an example of them. Now that fat **** is dead and burning in hell for all his cheating, and the NCAA is back to normal, basically looking the other way on big programs, and slapping wrists on the dirtiest of dirties, and we're all better off. I can't wait for USC to beat the crap out of cheating, slap-wristed programs like Oregon, while SC is on sanctions and the evil-doers are running free. Oh Oregon was too chicken to schedule USC this year? Figures.

Whew, lots of venom here!!!

June 27, 2013  12:10 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

True.. If Chip was still there NCAA would have come down harder on the Ducks.. this is just a tap on the wrist.. 1 scholarship a year for 3 years??.. Come on.. Chip knew 'something' was coming.. that's why he got out of town

LOL, Wrong!!! The bottom line is that the NCAA didn't have enough proof on Oregon; therefore the sanctions weren't all that severe. Don't read anything into this case!! Kelly went to the NFL, because the money was right, nothing more, nothing less!!

June 27, 2013  12:12 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Chinese accent?

Res.

June 27, 2013  02:02 AM ET

Paula Deen got stiffer sanctions than this.

June 27, 2013  06:54 AM ET
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Barely a slap on the list. No Wrath here.

MONDO! MONDO! JAY! JAY! JAY!

June 27, 2013  06:56 AM ET

chippie thinks he is out of the hot water---- wait till he starts losing games in the Toilet of Philly--- he will wish he did the right thing and faced the music in Oregon.... Ask Andy!!!

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June 27, 2013  09:15 AM ET

Pac 12 used to brag about playing every team in the conference. Now, they realize when your conference gets big enough, you can't play them all.

So, USC and Oregon don't have to play each other. I'm just saying remember this when you say Alabama doesn't have to play Florida every year.

Does seem very light punishment considering.

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