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Football / NCAA Violations #324011

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 06, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Stillwater, Oklahoma: Bob Faw) NCAA reported placing Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma, University of Illinois and Texas A&M University on probation for recruiting violations; details given of Oklahoma State player Hartley Dykes' role in scandal. [University of Oklahoma spokesperson Ron WATSON - comments on damage to school.] [Oklahoma State coach Pat JONES - comments on situation.] [Ex-Notre Dame coach Ara PARSEGHIAN - says cheating is more prevalent now.] Dykes noted receive thousands of dollars and Mercedes-Benz. [Dykes' high school coach Ron MILLS - comments on temptations.] North Carolina State officials reported asserting that graduate of players is more important than winning games. [North Carolina State athletic director Jim VALVANO - comments.] NCAA noted not penalizing Dykes. [WATSON - criticizes NCAA.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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