NCAA Puts Mississippi State on Probation After Investigation Into Academic Misconduct

The NCAA has put Mississippi State football and men's basketball on three years probation after an athletics department tutor committed "academic misconduct in an online chemistry course" which aided 11 student-athletes. The program was docked four football scholarships over two-years and one men's basketball scholarship next season, among other sanctions. (Sports Illustrated)

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