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Oregon Football Continues to Play the Waiting Game When it Comes to NCAA


Rob Moseley of the Register Guard in Eugene said last week that the 4-6 week period that a team would typically hear from the NCAA on infractions was up….it is now a week later and the Ducks are still waiting.

His latest says Oregon Football could hear something early next week:

At some point soon, as early as Monday, the NCAA will notify Oregon that the Committee on Infractions report will be released the next day. The Ducks still won’t have much clue on the report’s findings, simply that it’s coming. Independently, media will be notified of a teleconference with the committee chair scheduled for the next day.

That notification won’t come on Friday, because the report won’t be released Saturday. Similarly, the report won’t come out on a Monday, because notification won’t be made Sunday. Also, I know some people expect PR considerations to be made — a late Friday release when nobody’s paying attention, or something in the dead of summer — but it’s the NCAA making the announcement, not the Ducks, so such considerations won’t be in play. When the thing is ready, it will be released.

He adds the following day Oregon will have a chance to respond and it will be released to the media at that point.

As soon as something breaks, we’ll let you know right here.


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