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Tennessee self-reported 18 NCAA violations from May 2015 through January 2016 and four of them involved the Football Program.

The violations were all level III which are considered minor by the NCAA. Per KnoxNews.com:
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Tennessee self-imposed penalties for each of the violations. All of those penalties were approved by the NCAA.

Tennessee's football team was involved in four of the violations, three of which involved recruiting. One of the violations resulted in secondary coach Willie Martinez's previously announced one-game suspension, which kept him out of Tennessee's season-opening 59-30 win over Bowling Green.
The other violations involved men's and women's basketball, women's golf, women's rowing, women's soccer, and the tennis and swimming programs.
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A little different than the way the Ole Miss reporting was handled.
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