After month's of speculation, the NCAA's rulings finally came out and they were harsher than expected.

The Committee on Infractions released its findings from a June 10 hearing in Indianapolis to cap the first major-violation case in school history. The committee upheld 18 major violations spread across five years and involving more than 75 student-athletes in five sports — football, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track and field/cross country.

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