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Report: OU distributed banned supplements
Football players given nutritional supplements before school detected error and stopped practice

Report: OU distributed banned supplements

By Jeff Latzke Modified: June 13, 2007 at 12:57 am •  Published: June 13, 2007
It also assigned the compliance department executive director the duty of conducting investigations, along with general counsel Joseph Harroz Jr., to allow "other compliance personnel to focus on key components of compliance, such as recruiting legislation, rules education and monitoring.”

"The University has taken the initiative to make sure that all functions of compliance are monitored within the Department and under the direction of the Executive Director of Compliance, strengthening the University's institutional control,” Harroz wrote in a letter to the NCAA.

In the basketball case, NCAA enforcement staff had recommended a severe "lack of institutional control” finding that could have resulted in a ban from postseason play. The infractions committee reduced the finding to a "failure in monitoring” violation.

Oklahoma also reported a secondary violations by a women's volleyball coach who provided a media guide to a high school sophomore and a former track assistant who invited a track prospect to campus before he had been enrolled at the university. The track prospect was never allowed to attend Oklahoma. has disabled the comments for this article.


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