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  1. Pat Forde: Does the NCAA use selective enforcement when doling ou...

    Pat Forde

    Does the NCAA use selective enforcement? Does it protect its power programs and take it out on the little guys? Public perception says yes, but a closer look at history -- both long ago and recent -- says no.

    Story | Conversation | June 02, 2010
  2. Oklahoma letter signals end of NCAA probation

    University President David Boren has sent a letter to the NCAA stating that Oklahoma's athletic department conforms to the agency's rules, despite an investigation into potential violations by the men's basketball program.

    Story | Conversation | June 01, 2010
  3. External audit of Univeristy of Oklahoma athletics finds no major...

    An external audit of Oklahoma's athletic department found no major issues with the school's policies on practices as it tries to move out of an NCAA-imposed probation for major violations by the football and men's basketball programs.

    Story | Conversation | April 08, 2010
  4. NCAA advises Oklahoma Sooners to focus on student-athletes' jobs ...

    The NCAA has asked Oklahoma to enhance its compliance education program relating to the employment of athletes as part of the school's continuing probation following rules violations by former quarterback Rhett Bomar.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2009
  5. Probation to keep Peterson's father from OU-Texas tilt

    Adrian Peterson's father won't be able to attend the Red River Rivalry game Saturday between No. 14 Oklahoma and No. 7 Texas, but the Sooners' tailback expects him to be in the stands the following week.

    Story | Conversation | October 02, 2006
  6. Sooners QB Bomar pleads guilty to alcohol charge

    Oklahoma quarterback Rhett Bomar pleaded guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of being a minor in possession of alcohol.

    Story | Conversation | May 30, 2006
  7. Dent sentenced under plea agreement

    The author of a best-selling book about former Texas A&M football coach Bear Bryant's demanding 1954 training camp has been sentenced to eight years in prison for a probation violation.

    Story | Conversation | October 31, 2003