The University of Oregon released 246 pages of new documents Friday that disclose more details about the 27-month investigation of the school’s football program by the NCAA. The NCAA’s findings were made public June 26 when Oregon suffered minor sanctions on recruiting and scholarship numbers for the next two seasons mainly due to the school’s […]
According to KATU in Portland, the station received documents stating both the University of Oregon and the NCAA Enforcement Committee agreed the school committed a series of “major violations” between 2008 and 2011. Now the question becomes, what does this mean for the future of the Oregon football program? The simple answer, while not very […]
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The University of Oregon is anticipating a meeting with the NCAA’s committee on infractions this spring due to its relationship with prep adviser and recruiter Willie Lyles, according to Yahoo! Sports. “Sources with knowledge of the Ducks’ discussions” say the school failed to satisfy the NCAA through summary disposition. Neither the NCAA nor the athletic […]
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More information about the NCAA’s investigation of Oregon emerged on Tuesday.
Chip Kelly’s post-game eruption, the latest on Darron Thomas, and grades for Oregon at the halfway point.
This week, it was discovered that Willie Lyles — center of the Oregon football scandal — actually graduated from Oregon State University. However, OSU’s administration remains relatively silent about accusations regarding its connections with the widespread publicity of the situation.
Willie Lyles came forward with more information about his involvement with the Oregon football recruiting process, while the UO athletic department stays quite as NCAA continues its investigation.
The ongoing investigation into Willie Lyles’ involvement with Oregon football’s recruiting process has taken a turn for the worse for the Ducks, following a report by Yahoo! Sports.