Auburn Releases Documents on NCAA Violations


By Alabama News Network

Auburn's athletic department is releasing documents detailing 16 secondary NCAA violations.

That comes after an open records request, which showed the athletics department self reported those cases.

The violations include: an Auburn employee participating in an athletic event, with a highly recruited protential student athlete, the use of a personal private jet for an officials visit, and several impermissible phone calls.

The more simple violations include a student manager announcing a prospective recruit's visit on twitter, and payment of practice players, before the beginning of school.

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martha said on Saturday, Nov 16 at 10:09 PM

They need to stop and leave well enough alone

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