Ole Miss received a revised notice from the NCAA and immediately self imposed a one-year postseason ban for the 2017 season and a forfeiture of their annual SEC postseason money (around $7.8 million), per Bruce Feldman.
And of course the internet was here to pull out and old Hugh Freeze tweet that has since been deleted.
Here’s the latest per Feldman.
Ole Miss originally received a notice of allegations back in January of 2016, which detailed almost 30 NCAA violations from all of Ole Miss’ programs. 13 of those violations were tied to the football program, some of which stem from Houston Nutt’s tenure at the school from back in 2012.
Others come from the Laremy Tunsil fiasco that started back in the summer of 2015 when Tunsil was arrested for a domestic dispute. Tunsil was never charged in that dispute, but comments his stepfather made led to more investigation into the program that may have led to unrelated sanctions for Ole Miss.
This story will be updated as more information is made available.