The Ole Miss athletics program received a notice of allegations from the NCAA and, after doing so, the program has imposed a one year postseason ban for the upcoming 2017 college football season.
The program revealed this on Wednesday with the release of a (rather bizarre) 20 minute (!) video featuring university chancellor Jeff Vitter, vice chancellor Ross Bjork and head coach Hugh Freeze.
Eight new allegations have arisen now, pushing the total up to 21, including the fear-inducing “Lack of Institutional Control.” Vitter stated in the video that the school will fight the LOIC charges.
#OleMiss has been charged with the dreaded Lack of Institutional Control by the NCAA. The school said it will fight that charge.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) February 22, 2017
You can watch the video below: