Penalties and corrective measures include the following:
Public reprimand and censure for the university.
Two years of probation for the university from July 7, 2016, to July 6, 2018.
Three-year show-cause orders for the former assistant compliance director and former assistant director of student-athlete services from July 7, 2016, to July 6, 2019. During that time, an NCAA school employing either individual must appear with the individual before a Committee on Infractions panel.
A vacation of records in which student-athletes participated while ineligible. After the release of the public report, the university will identify the competition affected.
A reduction of two scholarships for the football program during 2016-17. If the university already has extended the scholarship agreements to prospects for 2016-17, the university may serve the reduction during 2017-18.
A reduction in the number of official visits for the football program during 2016-17 by 10 percent from the university’s four-year average.
A reduction of fall 2016 football evaluations by 10 percent from its four-year average.
A $5,000 fine plus an amount equal to 1 percent of the football program’s operating budget (self-imposed by the university).