14.May.2013 Oregon Sanctions
Let the moaning begin: Article
The Ducks will lose one or two scholarships for three years, have some restrictions on recruiting and be placed on probation for five years.
They'll avoid the hammer, penalties like a bowl ban, rescinded titles or vacated wins. Those "looming sanctions" will no longer loom so ominously.
Fans of other schools around the PAC-12 will be moaning that the Ducks got a slap on the wrist, but the ruling feels appropriate and reasonable. The investigation took so long that UO deserves some credit for time served.
Appropriate and reasonable? So they get to a title game and 2 Rose Bowls with those players, yet only lose 1 or 2 scholarships, and this is reasonable?
UO deserves credit for time served? What time served? Scruitny for cheating and (negative) public opinion now count as time served?