Over the course of three seasons, six football student-athletes competed while ineligible as a result of these violations, and multiple student-athletes received impermissible benefits totaling more than $31,000. While employed by the university, a former assistant football coach (John Blake) was compensated by a sports agent for the access he provided to student-athletes and failed to disclose the income to the university. The former assistant coach and a former tutor both committed unethical conduct and failed to cooperate with the investigation. Penalties for the case include a one-year postseason ban, reduction of 15 football scholarships, vacation of records and three years probation. The former assistant coach received a three-year show-cause penalty restricting any recruiting activity.NCAA finally levies sanctions on UNC. This is in addition to the self-imposed penalties UNC gave themselves, to my understanding. It is time for every single Clemson fan to hammerfuck the mailboxes of every ACC official, and especially John Swofford, who led the charge to put Clemson on another year of probation in the '80s. I literally cannot wait to hear the SOB's reasoning why he won't pursue another year of probation for his beloved UNC.