Originally published by Christian Dennie.
The NCAA Committee on Infractions (“Committee,” “Panel,” or “COI”) recently issued its findings and found that Central State University (“CSU” or “Institution”) committed major violations of NCAA legislation. The Committee considered this case through the cooperative summary disposition process in which all parties agree to the primary facts and violations as fully set forth in the Summary Disposition Report (“SDR”). The case involved amateurism, eligibility, financial aid and playing and practice season violations stemming from the institution’s lack of control. The institution agreed that from the 2010-11 through the 2014-15 academic years, it failed to exercise appropriate control over the administration of its athletics program. Because of its overall failure, the institution agreed that it permitted additional major and secondary violations to occur. Those violations further demonstrate the institution’s overall lack of control, a major violation.
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