It’s been 12 days since Ole Miss was charged with more than two dozen NCAA rule violations amongst the football, women’s basketball and track and field programs. Now, according to a report, the NCAA has responded to the irregularities.
According to David Brandt of the Associated Press, a source close to the situation said the NCAA has deemed that the Ole Miss football team was responsible for 13 of the school’s 28 violations. According to the report, of those 13 violations, nine came under Hugh Freeze’s watch.
The NCAA sent the news to Ole Miss via a Notice of Allegations, which the University has 90 days to respond to.
Last season, left tackle Laremy Tunsil was suspended for seven games for receiving impermissible benefits. Additionally, the track and field coach resigned last summer.