December 7th, 2017 | by CollegeAD

Ole Miss has disclosed the disassociation terms for some of the boosters involved in the school’s NCAA infractions case, which includes the indefinite disassociation of six boosters. In a sanctions summary released by the school Wednesday, Walter Hughes, Arya Keyes, Chan Patel and Michael Strojny along with boosters referred to only as Boosters 9 and 10 in the Committee on Infractions’ final ruling in the case last week have been disassociated indefinitely. The identities of Boosters 9 and 10 haven’t been revealed yet because of a public records dispute pending in Mississippi Supreme Court. As part of their indefinite disassociation, the boosters will be prohibited from providing financial assistance to the school’s athletic program and won’t receive any athletics benefits that aren’t available to the general public. The boosters are also prohibited from attending any home athletic events and entering all athletics department facilities on campus and will not be given any public or private recognition related to athletics giving history.  – Davis Potter, oxfordeagle.comRead More

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