I mean, I can kinda understand the logic here - you hit the AD hard so that these 'oversights' don't occur again at any point in the program. Not a great solution, but I can at least understand the reasoning.There was never ANYTHING resembling consistency with those goofs. In 1992, they sanctioned THE ENTIRE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA athletic programs across the board for violations that occurred on the track team. They stripped the women's golf team of a national championship won four years earlier and banned them from post-season competition for a year...yes, you're reading it correctly: they punished the women's golf team for violations committed by the track and field teams. Oh - and the track and field teams got NO ADDITIONAL sanctions while their basketball team was immediately ineligible for the tournament for one year.
What's always annoyed me is the obvious bias from school to school.