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NCAA: Southern Miss, Tyndall committed multiple violations

The NCAA has outlined serious rules violations committed at Southern Mississippi, finding multiple infractions by the men's basketball program during former coach Donnie Tyndall's tenure.

The charges, which include arranging fraudulent academic credit, impermissible financial aid and obstructing the governing body's investigation, were outlined in a notice of allegations released by the university on Friday.

There were seven alleged Level I violations — which are judged the most serious by the NCAA — in the 43-page notice.

Though things could be worse for the Golden Eagles.

The AP Top 25 Poll

Poll Release: Mar 16
(###) Number of first place votes
RankteamRecordPointsPV Rank
1Kentucky (65)38-11,6251
2Villanova33-31,5224
3Wisconsin36-41,4606
4Duke35-41,4062
5Arizona34-41,4055
6Virginia30-41,3333
7Gonzaga35-31,2297
8Notre Dame32-61,17811
9Iowa State25-91,04313
10Kansas27-99959
11UNI31-497910
12Maryland28-79358
13Oklahoma24-1174015
14Wichita State30-573712
15North Carolina26-1270319
16Baylor24-1068016
17Louisville27-961414
18SMU27-748520
19Utah26-945517
20West Virginia25-1039818
21Arkansas27-937321
22Georgetown22-1117723
23Michigan State27-1215930
24Butler23-1114222
25VCU26-10109-

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Gill-Caesar to transfer from Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri forward Montaque Gill-Caesar is transferring after an injury-interrupted freshman season.

Coach Kim Anderson said Wednesday that the school would help Gill-Caesar, who would have been the school's top returning scorer (9.1 points per game), in his efforts to relocate once the player completes his academic obligations. The player has not decided where to transfer.

Gill-Caesar scored in double figures in 13 of 27 games. He injured his back against Illinois and missed the first three SEC games, averaging 12.6 points pre-injury and 6.9 points post-injury.