LSU Statement on NCAA Committee on Infractions

The following is a statement from LSU on NCAA Committee on Infractions ruling:

“Today’s decision of the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions involving a former LSU assistant football coach concludes a 21-month cooperative process between the University and the NCAA. Throughout this process, the University has worked in concert with the enforcement staff to determine the truth and to self-impose sanctions. We are grateful to the Committee and the enforcement staff for their work and for accepting our self-imposed penalties, and we are pleased to be able to move forward as an institution and as a football program. LSU continues to work through the IARP process regarding other allegations of rule violations.”

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sabbertooth22 months
How does a court rule in his favor when they difnt have the final ncaa decision?
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TouchdownTony22 months
The NCAA will tell you quickly that a judgement ruling in a courtroom in never a consideration. In 95 when Bama was murdered, the NCAA named a person in the Bama ath dept that helped set up this and that. The person sued the NCAA for liable and was awarded 2 million dollars in damages but the NCAA never retracted anything and stood by what they said.
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saintslsupels22 months
At this point it doesn’t matter. We’re talking about 500k which is really not much at all considering the football budget. Maybe we’ll get it back from Cregg, maybe we won’t, either way doesn’t really matter.
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udtiger22 months
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