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NCAA places LSU football on probation over recruiting violations made by a ex-assistant coach


NCAA places LSU’s football program on probation over recruiting violations made by a former assistant coach and accepts the school’s self-imposed sanctions including a $5,000 fine

  • Former offensive line coach James Cregg violated recruiting restrictions put in place during the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Cregg was fired for cause by the school in 2021, but a state judge ordered LSU to pay him back over $490,000 for the remainder of his contract
  • LSU self-imposed a $5,000 fine and restricted recruiting activities this season 

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