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05-07-2008, 06:16 PM
Seventeen Division I-A football programs face penalties for failing to graduate enough players, the NCAA announced Tuesday with the release of its Academic Progress Rates....The list of major programs facing penalties is longer in men's basketball. Colorado, Kansas State, Purdue, Seton Hall, South Carolina, USC and Tennessee were among the 53 Division I programs cited.

A list of the 17 Division I-A football programs that were hit with scholarship sanctions. The typical limit is 85:

Akron: Limit of 80 next year
Buffalo: 83
Central Michigan: 83
FAU: 82
FIU: 82
Hawaii: 84
Idaho: 77
Kansas: 83
New Mexico State: 82
North Texas: 80
San Diego State: 79
San Jose State: 67
Temple: 81
Toledo: 79
UAB: 76
UNLV: 84
Washington State: 77

A list of the 53 Division I basketball programs that were hit with sanctions. The typical scholarship limit is 13:

Arkansas State: Public notice
Cal State Northridge: Public notice
Cal State Sacramento: Limit of 12 next year
Centenary: 12
Central Connecticut State: 12
Chicago State: Public notice
Cleveland State: Public notice
College of Charleston: 12
Colorado: Public notice
Colorado State: 11
East Carolina: 11
Florida International: 12
Fresno State: 10
Georgia State: Public notice
Hampton: 12
Hawaii: 11
Idaho: 12
Illinois-Chicago: 12
Jacksonville State: 11
Kansas State: 12
Lamar: 11
Liberty: 11
Louisiana-Lafayette: Public notice
Louisiana Tech: 12
Manhattan: 12
Mercer: 12
Morehead State: Public notice
New Hampshire: 12
New Mexico: 12
New Mexico State: 12
Norfolk State: Public notice
North Texas: 12
Portland State: Public notice
Purdue: 12
Quinnipiac: 11
San Francisco: 12
San Jose State: 11
Seton Hall: 12
South Alabama: 12
South Carolina: 12
Southeastern Louisiana: Public notice
Southern Utah: 12
St. Bonaventure: Public notice
St. Peter's: 12
Tennessee: 12
Texas State: Public notice
UAB: 11
UC Santa Barbara: Public notice
UNC-Greensboro: 12
USC: 11
UTEP: 12
Western Illinois: Public notice
Wyoming: 12

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05-08-2008, 08:42 AM
My alma mater got hit for 5 scholarships next year. They've been making some real academic progress prior to this, too, so it could have been much worse.