Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Oklahoma's NCAA Violations Include Illegal Use of Pasta???

The University of Oklahoma had self-admitted NCAA violations today, which include three player eating excess pasta at a non-team banquet, this according to ESPN.
Yes, you read that correctly – the violations include players eating too much.
Each of the three players will repay $3.83 to charity for their over-abundance to pasta.

Per SportsCenter:
Oklahoma self-reported NCAA violations, including 3 players eating excess pasta at a banquet. Each gave $3.83 to charity to be reinstated. has more on the issue:
Violation: Three current student-athletes received food in excess of NCAA regulation at a graduation banquet. The three had graduated from the school but returned for an additional season of competition. The players were provided pasta in excess of the permissible amount allowed.
Although the players were not identified, offensive linemen Gabe Ikard and Austin Woods took to Twitter to fess up for piling on the pasta and claim they paid $5 for the food.

Seriously – too much pasta?!?! Now you can’t even eat if you’re a college athlete?

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