NCAA hits ACU for track & field, football infractions (With video from ACU President Roger Money)
An NCAA investigation of the Abilene Christian University track and field program has led to findings of numerous violations by the program, as well as serious infractions by the football program.
As a result, the NCAA announced Thursday that the football team must vacate its 10 victories during the 2007 season because of two ineligible players, and ACU’s football and track and field programs have been placed on two years’ probation.
According to ACU, those players, who were not named in the NCAA report, had been reinstated by the NCAA for the 2008 season, when ACU won its first outright Lone Star Conference championship in 35 years.
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NCAA penalizes Abilene Christian - Wichita Falls Times-News Record
NCAA penalizes Abilene Christian for violations in football, track - Fort Worth Star Telegram
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