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January 15, 1986

Baylor University's basketball program has been cited by the NCAA for 30 specific violations that will cost the school six scholarships over the next two seasons and a shot at postseason tournament play, the Tribune-Herald in Waco, Tex., reported.

The violations include players receiving cash, airline tickets, free transportation, and hunting and fishing trips, the paper quoted an unnamed source as saying.

They were detailed in the NCAA's original letter informing Baylor of its findings. The NCAA has made no official announcement yet on its probe.

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