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Arizona State: Lack of Institutional Control Could Close Book On Sleeping Giant

Published by on December 18, 2009

Imagine an athletic program settled in the sun drenched valley of Arizona, with fertile recruiting grounds right at their finger tips, first rate athletic facilities, and where a sleeping giant has been rumored to lay, year after year, after year. But has that sleeping giant, been cheating to prosper? The NCAA might have something to say about that.

Arizona State is a program that has basked in the glory of countless accolades and national championship trophies, and now, an NCAA investigation has knocked on the Sun Devils' front door. 

ASU has gone through their fair share of rules violations and numerous NCAA investigations, but none seem as detrimental as this latest allegation. 

In years past, the Sun Devils went through recruiting violations in basketball in the '90s, football had their hands deep in financial aid and improper tuition benefits under Dirk Koetter, and now the baseball program, might have to spill the beans in regards to the "lack of institutional control" that the NCAA says defines the Sun Devils' athletic program. 

Unfortunately for die-hard ASU fans, the man at the forefront of these allegations of presumed rule violations, is...

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