NCAA Cites Former Air Force Men's Golf Coach for Impermissible Wagering

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The former Air Force men's golf head coach violated NCAA rules when he knowingly participated in impermissible sports wagering, including placing bets on the football program at Air Force, according to an agreement released by the Division I Committee on Infractions. An additional recruiting violation occurred in the men's ice hockey program, when two assistant coaches had recruiting conversations with a potential transfer student-athlete who had not yet entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.

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