Friday Feb. 15, 2008
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Clemson has reported 13 NCAA secondary
violations that include two occasions when a head coach's father
provided free chiropractic care for a student athlete.
The university said today those violations happened in April and
were reported by the coach, who received a letter of admonishment.
The athlete's eligibility was reinstated after the cost of
treatment was paid and later donated to a charity.
The infraction was categorized as a Level II secondary
violation. Those are reported to the Atlantic Coast Conference and
are defined as inadvertent.
Five of the 13 violations were categorized as Level I secondary
violations, which are reported directly to the NCAA.
The school does not report the names of any staffer who
committed an infraction or the sport involved.
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