USC hit by NCAA Sanctions

So USC just got not only slapped in the face, but beaten with a bat. After violating a number of rules from 2004-2009, the USC football program will have a post-season ban for the next 2 seasons, as well as a loss of 30 scholarships over the next 3 years. Well, when you get in the public eye for the wrong reasons one too many times you’re gonna get punished (see Ben Roethlisberger).
Full list of punishments after the jump!

• A postseason ban in football following the 2010 and 2011 seasons.

• A loss of 30 total football scholarships over the 2011, 2012 and 2013 seasons.

• A vacation of all football victories starting in December 2004 and running through the 2005 season. This includes the national championship win over Oklahoma on Jan. 4, 2005.

• An acceptance of USC’s self-imposed penalties on its basketball program, which included a forfeiture of all wins in 2007-2008 and a one-year postseason ban.

• All statistics vacated for Bush, Mayo and an unnamed women’s tennis athlete in the games which the NCAA deemed them ineligible due to rules violations.

• All titles won during ineligible games must be vacated and trophies and banners must be removed.

• Bush and Mayo must be disassociated from USC athletics.

• A forfeiture of wins in the women’s tennis program from May 2006 to May 2009, for long-distance telephone violations committed by an athlete.

• A reduction of recruiting days for the men’s basketball program in 2010-2011.

• Four years of probation.

Source: Yahoo!

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