Chief hearing officer for the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions, Kay Norton wrote in the hearing panel’s ruling on the case against Tennessee: “This case came to the COI at a time of great change for the Association. Changes to the infractions process began roughly two years ago with the adoption of a new NCAA Constitution, which in relevant part states, ‘Divisional and, as appropriate, conference regulations must ensure to the greatest extent possible that penalties imposed for infractions do not punish programs or student-athletes not involved nor implicated in the infractions.’”


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