Tennessee self-reports seven secondary violations
Tennessee has self-reported seven NCAA secondary violations, including two in football.
The university's compliance department posted the violations and subsequent punishments on its website.
One of the football violations involved a prospect making an unofficial visit before he had completed his first year at a junior college. In the other violation, a prospect making an unofficial visit attended an off-campus meal intended only for official visitors, causing the staff to exceed the permissible number of off-campus contacts.
The university also reported two minor violations in swimming and one each in women's basketball, men's tennis and women's volleyball.
All the violations occurred since March.
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