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NCAA Releases Final Report on Gamecocks

November 17, 2005|From Associated Press

The NCAA released its final report Wednesday on its investigation of South Carolina's football program under ex-Gamecock coach Lou Holtz.

The NCAA outlined 11 violations -- five major and six secondary, raising the total infractions by one from South Carolina's disposition report last summer.

In August, the NCAA added an additional year of probation to the two years already self-imposed by South Carolina.

The latest report did not change the penalties handed down in August, but did reclassify one violation originally listed as major to secondary and added a secondary violation not included in the August report.

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