UF Cited For 14 NCAA Secondary Violations
Football season has not even started and Florida already has two secondary violations on its record.
Januray 6th, 2011 an assistant coach responded to a text message from a recruit, which led to prohibiting the entire Gator Football staff to have any form of communication with recruits from May 1st through May 14th.
In April, the Sentinel requested a list of violations from the SEC and NCAA during the 2010-2011 year, and it was discovered the University of Florida had 14 violations ranging in seven different sports.
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