Power 5 program facing possible NCAA violations including as many as 16 players Rich Schultz/Getty Images
PISCATAWAY, NJ - OCTOBER 24: Head coach Kyle Flood, left, of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights congratulates head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes after Ohio State's 49-7 win at High Point Solutions Stadium on October 24, 2015 in Piscataway, New Jersey. (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)

Rutgers is facing a series of possible violations from the NCAA as they found it in a Notice of Allegations. The potential violations took place under coach Kyle Flood from 2011-2015. Here’s a list of the allegations:

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16 players got to play despite failing drug tests?!?!?! That means it took place during two years in which Rutgers actually made a bowl game. That is absolutely ludicrous and unacceptable.

The NOA comes after an 18-month investigation into the athletics program. According to NCAA procedures, Rutgers will have 90 days to respond, and sources say the university is likely to appeal the notice and will receive a formal hearing on the allegations at some point next year.

Rutgers’ case has been given a Level-II designation and those violations are defined by the NCAA as “violations that provide or are intended to provide more than a minimal but less than a substantial or extensive recruiting, competitive or other advantage; includes more than a minimal but less than a substantial or extensive impermissible benefit; or involves conduct that may compromise the integrity of the NCAA collegiate model as set forth in the Constitution and bylaws.”


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