Arizona State football gets probation for NCAA violations

By Kyle Bonagura, ESPN: The NCAA announced penalties for Arizona State and four former employees related to recruiting violations that occurred under former head football coach Herm Edwards.

ASU gets four years of probation, an undisclosed fine, vacated games in which ineligible players competed, reduced scholarships and recruiting restrictions. The NCAA did not provide further details about any of those punishments. The school also disassociated from a booster for five years.

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