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  1. Connecticut Huskies guard Ryan Boatright cleared to return

    Ryan Boatright has been cleared by the NCAA to return to action, despite a finding by the governing body that the freshman and his mother received more than $8,000 in impermissible benefits both before and after he enrolled in school.

    Story | Conversation | January 28, 2012
  2. NCAA: Violations led to Boise State Broncos suspensions

    Two of Boise State's three football players with Dutch ties were suspended at the start of the season because of recruiting violations and for taking illegal benefits, including one player who received a car and payments to cover auto insurance, NCAA offi

    Story | Conversation | October 05, 2011
  3. NCAA -- South Carolina Gamecocks athletes got illegal benefits

    The NCAA has accused South Carolina athletes of receiving $55,000 worth of impermissible benefits and recruiting inducements for getting reduced hotel rates and for their involvement with a Delaware-based mentoring organization.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2011
  4. Pryor's debut may be against Browns

    James Walker

    After leaving Ohio State amid controversy for accepting illegal benefits, new Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor could face another Ohio team in his NFL debut. If Pryor's five-game suspension stands, his first game will be Oct. 16 against the...

    Blog | August 23, 2011
  5. Kentucky center Enes Kanter has been ruled ineligible

    Kentucky center Enes Kanter has been ruled ineligible for receiving illegal benefits while playing for a club basketball team in Turkey, the NCAA said in a statement on its website.

    Story | Conversation | November 11, 2010
  6. NCAA denies UNC's appeals

    ESPN.com staff

    The NCAA has denied appeals by North Carolina to shorten the suspensions for defensive backs Deunta Williams and Kendric Burney after the two received illegal benefits. Williams was suspended for four games and Burney was suspended for six on Sept. 2...

    Blog | October 01, 2010
  7. High schooler receives benefits from China

    Eamonn Brennan

    Usually, when you're talking about a high school or college player being declared ineligible, you're talking about a player who either a) couldn't get his academic stuff together or b) got some sort of illegal benefits from someone who shouldn't have...

    Blog | October 01, 2010
  8. Former USC Trojans player Lonnie White: I took $14,000 in illegal...

    Former Southern California football player Lonnie White says he took $14,000 in illegal payments during his four-year career in the 1980s, mostly by selling game tickets allotted to scholarship players.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2011
  9. California AG's office looking into credit card account

    The California Attorney General's office is investigating the possible illegal use of an American Express account opened under the guise of being for a sickle cell charity, but used to provide benefits for O.J. Mayo.

    Story | Conversation | May 30, 2008
  10. Bush 'not worried' about illegal benefit allegations

    Reggie Bush and his family "appear" to havey received more than $100,000 in financial benefits from marketing agents while Bush played at USC, according to a report posted Thursday night on Yahoo! Sports.

    Story | Conversation | September 14, 2006
  11. Court rules 11 Campeonato Brasilieiro matches void

    The Supreme Court of Sport Justice (STJD) of Brazil has declared the results of 11 Campeonato Brasilieiro matches void and ordered them replayed.

    Story | Conversation | October 03, 2005
  12. RB should be popular choice in draft

    Len Pasquarelli

    The league's emphasis on illegal contact against defenders should benefit this year's RB class.

    Story | Conversation | March 18, 2005
  13. Colts should benefit from emphasis on illegal contact

    Len Pasquarelli

    The offenses of the Colts, Steelers, Rams, Patriots and Saints should benefit from the new emphasis on illegal contact.

    Story | Conversation | August 31, 2004
  14. Your Verdict: Old Firm switch

    Your thoughts and rants on all the day's hot topics in football. Email your views to newsdesk@soccernet.com

    Story | Conversation | August 05, 2003
  15. NCAA accepts champs' self-imposed penalty

    The University of Texas' national championship baseball team was placed on two year's probation by the NCAA on Wednesday for violations surrounding a former volunteer assistant coach who received illegal job benefits and took improper recruiting trips.

    Story | Conversation | November 06, 2002