Oklahoma put on three-year probation

NORMAN, Okla. — The NCAA has put Oklahoma on three years of probation and issued a $15,000 fine for major violations in its men’s basketball program.

The Division I infractions committee also vacated all 13 wins from Oklahoma’s 2009-10 season, took away a scholarship and limited recruiting efforts.

Most of the penalties had been proposed by the school, which said former assistant Oronde Taliaferro broke NCAA rules by failing to report that a player had received an impermissible extra benefit and by lying to investigators.

via Oklahoma put on three-year probation – NCAA.com.

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