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The South Carolina football program has been placed on probation for one year and fined $10,000 after a Gamecocks assistant coach had an impermissible off-campus contact with a recruit back in 2018. Per ESPN:
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According to an NCAA release, the unnamed assistant coach had impermissible off-campus contact with a recruit in May 2018. The coach also sent 13 text messages to the prospective student-athlete, who was a sophomore in high school at the time, from January 2018 to June 2018.

Sources told ESPN that the recruit is defensive lineman Demonte Capehart of IMG Academy, the No. 27 prospect in the 2020 ESPN 300, who committed to Clemson in June 2018.

The sources said the unnamed assistant coach is former USC defensive line coach Lance Thompson, who now works as Florida Atlantic's recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach. Thompson left the Gamecocks in January after three seasons.

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5 Comments
Love the clash
Reply28 days
This is what happens when you stand up to the man. You can have all the free speech you want but you will have it on probation.
Reply28 days
No one ever listens to The Clash: "You have the right to free speech, as long as you're not dumb enough to actually try it."
28 days
I truly hope Muschamp tells the NCAA to frick themselves for this, especially after the Florida game.
Reply30 days
1 year probation for 13 text messages for a kid that went to Clemson. Dang, Alabama must have done something really egregious for the NCAA to take its wrath out on USCe.
Reply30 days
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