NCAA Sanctions: 5 Teams That Could Be Next

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NCAA Sanctions: 5 Teams That Could Be Next
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It seems like every major college football program has been investigated by the NCAA lately.

USC set the stage when they were given the dreaded "lack of institutional control" mark last June after former running back Reggie Bush was said to have received improper benefits.

The penalty the Trojans faced came as a wake-up call for many schools and established the NCAA as an organization to be feared. 

Soon after USC's sanctions were handed down, schools like North Carolina, Auburn, Boise State and Ohio State have all been looked at closely by the NCAA.

Now that the USC case has officially ended after the denied appeal, here are five football programs that could be next on the NCAA chopping block.

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