USC Football Program Sanctions Announced

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USC Football Program Sanctions Announced
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According to ESPN, the sanctions that will be leveled against the USC Football program were announced today.

The sanctions include a two-year postseason ban, a reduction in scholarships, and the forfeiture of wins from at least the 2004 season.

This will most likely be the final blow to the USC football program that will probably put the program in ruins for the next 4-6 years.

The NCAA and BCS still have to rule on whether or not they will strip Reggie Bush's 2004 Heisman and their 2004 BCS National Championship.

Regardless of whether they strip the National Championship and Bush's Heisman Trophy, the program will forever have these sanctions hanging over their heads and this punishment will most likely ruin the program for years to come.

USC still has to deal with possible sanctions coming to their basketball program as a result of O.J. Mayo getting $1000 if he went to USC, which he later did.

The bottom line? The Southern California campus has a lot on their plate right now.

Side note: USC will have a press conference discussing these sanctions on Thursday, June 10th.

(What is your reaction to these sanctions? Comment below.)

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