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All that worry for nothing.
At least that's what we guess is being said today in Starkville, Mississippi.
Mississippi State found out today from the NCAA what their punishment would be for a recruiting violation. That violation stemmed from a booster being involved with the recruitment of defensive back Will Redmond. That and an assistant coach, Angelo Mirando, who apparently lied to the NCAA when asked about it.
That leaves the Bulldogs with 2-years probation, the forfeiture of a couple of scholarships and some restrictions on recruiting trip.
The penalties don't really damage Miss. State much other than maybe reputation. They can still recruit, they can still go to a bowl game and have pretty much all their scholarship players.
One note--The case was resolved in a mere 7-weeks, which many consider a record for NCAA enforcement. Will we see this happen more often? On that, the jury is still out.
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The NCAA has accepted Mississippi State's self-imposed sanctions and will avoid any further penalties stemming from violations during the recruitment of Will Redmond.
The Bulldogs will be placed on probation for two years, lose two scholarships and official visits for recruits, the NCAA announced via a press release Friday. but the school avoided any postseason ban.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have worked out a deal with the NCAA regarding recruiting violations that allegedly took place with cornerback Will Redmond.
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Record against the Bulldogs: 0-0
Last meeting: Never
Last game: UVA 11, Elon 3 (6/2); MSU 6, UCA 1 (6/3)
Last weekend: UVA 3-0 over Army and Elon; MSU 3-1 over UCA and USA
Baseball America: UVA #6, MSU #14
Collegiate Baseball: UVA #6, MSU #12
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