According to a summary on the The University of Alabama website Tuesday, the athletic department committed 27 NCAA secondary rules violations over the past year. More than half of the violations stemmed from impermissible text messages or phone calls.

"The men's basketball program committed the most violations in the department with six, according to the report.

Football and women's basketball were named for four violations each, and track and field was responsible for three. Other sports to commit violations included softball, baseball, gymnastics, women's tennis, women's volleyball, men's tennis, and soccer.

The University compliance office was responsible for a violation as well."
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lsuroadie140 months
Just give 'em a second chance, they'll get it right eventually
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Thracken13140 months
well played DD.
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Broham140 months
fricking cheaters
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DoubleDown140 months
One of those was violating a team from the SEC on January 9th.
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LSUBY3140 months
good one tiger cowboy
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SohCahToa140 months
Death penalty
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bee Rye140 months
and in other non news....
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Tigercowboy140 months
We gonna be the BCS Champs after all. Just kidding!
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