Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
After a multiyear investigation into the Syracuse athletic programs, the NCAA announced Friday that they have suspended basketball coach Jim Boeheim for nine ACC games, took away 12 scholarships and ordered that 108 wins be vacated. Per ESPN:

Syracuse's penalties also include a five-year probation and the vacating of all wins in which ineligible men's basketball student-athletes played in 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2010-11 and 2011-12, and in which ineligible football student-athletes played in 2004, 2005 and 2006.

In addition, the NCAA agreed to accept the university's decision for the men's basketball team to not participate in any postseason games this season, including the ACC tournament.

The NCAA said that the violations, which were self-reported by Syracuse and dated back to 2001, included academic misconduct, extra benefits, failure to follow the drug-testing policy, and impermissible booster activity.
The sanctions do not affect Syracuse's 2003 national championship or that team.
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