NCAA Enforcement Staff: Atmosphere at Ole Miss was ‘anything but compliant’

This week the NCAA has set the date for the Ole Miss hearing in front of the Committee on Infractions and released its Enforcement Staff’s response to all of the alleged violations in the athletic program.

Ole Miss athletic administrators as well as former head coach Hugh Freeze, who resigned last month amid the alleged violations as well as controversy over calls found on his phone records, will appear before the committee on Sept. 11 this fall. The hearing could possibly take several days.

And now the NCAA has released a description of all 21 alleged violations in question. You can read the lengthy reply, put together by the NCAA Enforcement Staff, here.

In it, as CBS Sports reporter Dennis Dodd has pointed out, the NCAA repeatedly refers to the Ole Miss program as seriously noncompliant. Here are a few highlights:

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