The NCAA announced additional penalties that have been levied against Tennessee stemming from a major infractions case involving former assistant Willie Mack Garza, who was on ex-Vols coach Lane Kiffin's staff during the 2009 season.

The additional penalties include a two-year addition of the probation levied during the 2011 infractions case, a reduction in the official visits from 51 to 47 during the 2012-13 academic year, a reduction in the evaluation days during the spring 2012 evaluation period (already completed) and the elimination of complimentary tickets for the first two conference games during the 2013 season for prospects making unofficial visits. You can read more here.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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villations should follow the coach and the school. They each have a responsibility to ensure the rules are followed.
Reply60 months
Sad all this happened under kiffin and he ran away like a coward!
Reply60 months
Violations should follow the coach...not the school.
Reply60 months
Tennessee will find a way to blame this on Dooley....
Reply60 months
So now even the NCAA don't want TN to win.. lol
Reply60 months
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