NCAA Satisfied With ISU's Self-Imposed Penalties For Recruiting Violations

By: The Associated Press Email
By: The Associated Press Email

The NCAA has agreed with Iowa State's self-imposed penalties following its investigation into impermissible calls and text messages and will not impose additional restrictions on the Cyclones.

Iowa State says the NCAA's Committee on Infractions released its final report on the matter Friday, saying its findings were consistent with what the Cyclones reported nearly two years ago.

Iowa State made its internal investigation into NCAA recruiting violations public in April. The school found "a significant number" of unallowable calls and text messages made by coaches in football, men's basketball and several other sports.

The school's self-imposed penalties included the forfeiture of a week of recruiting calls and a wide range of punitive actions against the coaches named in the report.


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