The NCAA's Committee on Infractions issued its finding Wednesday on major rules violations in the University of Oklahoma football program. Here are the penalties handed down: •Public reprimand and censure. • Adding two years to OU's current probation status through May 23, 2010. OU was already on probation through May 23, 2008, for violations in the men's basketball program. • Reduction of two football scholarships through the 2009-2010 school year. OU had self-imposed the penalty through the 2007-08 school year after dismissing Rhett Bomar and J.D. Quinn from the program. OU is limited to 83 scholarships during the period. • Vacation of all wins in the 2005 football season. OU finished 8-4 with a win in the Holiday Bowl. The school's official record will now reflect an 0-4 season. Coach Bob Stoops' coaching record will also reflect the 0-4 season, meaning his overall record is now 78-19 (rather than 86-19). • Erasure of "any public reference” to the 2005 wins, including the Holiday Bowl, from OU publications, banners "and any other forum in which they may appear.” • Vacation of individual records of Bomar and Quinn from 2005. • Formal disassociation of former Big Red Sports and Imports general manager Brad McRae for at least five years. OU had already taken this step as part of its self-imposed penalties. • OU must reduce the number of football coaches who can recruit off-campus by one during fall 2007. OU had already self-imposed this penalty.