University of Southern California
June 10, 2010
Violations of NCAA bylaws governing amateurism; failure to report knowledge of violations; unethical conduct; impermissible benefits; violations of coaching staff limitations; impermissible recruiting contacts by a booster; impermissible inducements and extra benefits; and lack of institutional control.
Additional penalties imposed by the committee were the following: public reprimand and censure; four year of probation; two year postseason ban in football; vacation of all records in which an ineligible football student-athletes competed; vacation of all records in which an ineligible men's basketball student-athlete competed; vacation of all records in which an ineligible women's tennis student-athlete competed; limited initial grants-in-aid in football to 15 and to 75 total for 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years; limited initial grants-in-aid in men's basketball to 12 for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 academic years; financial penalty in the amount of $206,020 to be returned to the Pac-10 conference; one-year show-cause order placed on an assistant football coach; annual compliance reporting required.
Football , Men's Basketball , Women's Tennis
|I||2.1.1||Responsibility for Control.|
|I||2.1.2||Scope of Responsibility.|
|I||2.8.1||Responsibility of Institution.|
|I||11.7.6||Limitations on Number of Coaches and Off-Campus Recruiters.|
|I||12.01.1||Eligibility for Intercollegiate Athletics.|
|I||12.1.1||Validity of Amateur Status.|
|I||18.104.22.168||Benefits from Prospective Agents.|
|I||13.01.2||Institutional Responsibility in Recruitment.|
|I||22.214.171.124.1.4||Report of NCAA Violation Involving Institution.|