Clemson Releases List of Secondary Violations


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CLEMSON, SC -- As is its policy to do twice a year Clemson announced its NCAA secondary rules violations on Friday. The names of the sports, coaches and students involved have been redacted by the university.
Violations can be classified as either secondary or major. Secondary violations are those that provide only a limited recruiting or competitive advantage.


Violations for period July 1, 2005 through January 1, 2006.

Date: September 2005


Facts: NCAA Bylaw 13.10.2 Comments Before Signing.
Coach quoted in the newspaper commenting on the
anticipated contribution of a prospective student-athlete
before the individual signed a National Letter of Intent
or institution’s letter of acceptance and/or financial aid.


Results: Reported to the ACC.


Penalty: Letter of reprimand issued to the
coach. Prospect declared
ineligible until reinstated by
NCAA Student-Athlete
Reinstatement Committee. Rules
education.


Date: January 2006


Facts: NCAA Bylaw 13.6.3 Length of Official Visit.
Prospective student-athlete’s return flight was delayed
causing them to miss the connecting flight. All other
flights were cancelled until the next morning. Prospect
remained for an additional evening and departed the
next morning. Reported by coach to compliance
services.


Results: Reported to
the ACC.


Penalty: None. Reviewed legislation with
coach.

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