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Report: Oklahoma self-reports excessive pasta violation


The Oklahoman published Wednesday a list of the Oklahoma athletic department's self-reported secondary violations over an 18-month period spanning 2012 and 2013, and most of them are the expected inanities: pocket-dials of recruits, minor impermissible texts, a recruit ordering $9.95 worth of WiFi at a hotel which charged for WiFi. But wherever the NCAA's rulebook has a say, the merely inane will inevitably be topped. And so we present to you this anonymous-sport classic, which if the NCAA is ever granted a tombstone, will surely be etched upon it: (CBS Sports)


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