A 2020-21 postseason ban for the men's basketball team. A $10,000 fine plus 1% of the men's basketball program budget (self-imposed by the university).
The NCAA does not allege any recruiting violations against Boynton or Oklahoma State. The timeline under scrutiny dates from April 2016 through September 2017, when Evans was arrested. Oklahoma ...
Oklahoma State was the first team to be hit with punishment as a result of the FBI’s work on college basketball recruiting. The sanctions included a one-year postseason ban for the Level I violations, the most serious type of violation in the NCAA. It was supposed to be served in the 2020-2021 season.
Last weekend, the NCAA hit the Oklahoma State basketball program with a number of punishments for violations that happened over four years ago, including a 2020-2021 postseason ban. This is ...
June 5, 2020. The Oklahoma State men’s basketball program was hit with a slew of punishments on Friday, which included a ban from 2021 postseason play, for NCAA violations that took place during current Illini coach Brad Underwood’s tenure. The violations are specifically tied to the accepting of bribes to steer players toward representation from former Cowboy assistant coach Lamont Evans, who was hired by Underwood, taking place sometime between 2016 and 2017.
Oklahoma State University has received a Notice of Allegation from the National Collegiate Athletic Association following a completed investigation of its men's basketball program. Click here to read the NCAA Notice of Allegation relating to the institution, and below is the official OSU statement on the matter.
As a result of the FBI’s two-year investigation into college basketball, Oklahoma State received a notice of allegations from the NCAA for a potential Level I violation last November.Bill Haisten:
The NCAA came down hard on Oklahoma State for violations involving Adidas representatives and the FBI's investigation into corruption and fraud into college basketball.