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Central Florida postseason ban reversed

The case centered on what the committee noted was an ever-increasing problem in college athletics, namely the involvement of outside third parties with prospects and student-athletes. This impermissible activity also resulted in findings of unethical conduct for the former director of athletics and a former assistant football coach and a failure to monitor by the head mens basketball coach.

According to the findings, the impermissible recruiting activity undertaken by these third parties, who through their activity became athletics representatives of UCF, was both known by athletics department personnel, and, in some cases encouraged.

Penalties, as determined by the Committee on Infractions in this case, included five years of probation, a postseason ban in mens basketball and football, show-cause orders for athletics department personnel, scholarship reductions, recruiting restrictions, a vacation of mens basketball records and a $50,000 fine.

In its appeal of the football postseason ban, UCF cited that the Committee on Infractions does not adequately distinguish between what factored into the basis of the football postseason ban versus the basketball postseason, and therefore should be vacated. In its decision, the Infractions Appeals Committee stated that the rationale for the football postseason ban penalty is so intricately woven with factors only supportive of the basketball postseason ban that it is impossible to determine whether the additional factors formed a significant basis for the Committee on Infractions to impose the football postseason ban.

The record creates the appearance that the Committee on Infractions relied on material factors not present for a particular sport to assess the penalty. Therefore, the Infractions Appeals Committee determined the football postseason ban is excessive such that it constitutes an abuse of discretion and vacated the penalty.

In considering the universitys appeal, the Infractions Appeals Committee reviewed the notice of appeal; the transcript of the universitys Committee on Infractions hearing; and the submissions by both the university and the Committee on Infractions.

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Cincinnati Bearcats vs. NC State Wolfpack betting preview

Thursday, 7:30 p.m. EDT Line: NC State -2, Total: 54.5

Cincinnati’s top rusher returns to the field tonight as Isaiah Pead is expected to play when the Bearcats visit North Carolina State. Pead has been dealing with knee problems for a few months, and missed the last game against Indiana State. In the Bearcats season opener versus Fresno State Pead gained just 36 yards on 10 carries.

Pead will impact this game, but the outcome will be based more on the performances of the quarterbacks, which are two of the better signal callers in the nation. Cincinnati QB Zach Collaros has a career completion rate of 69 percent and has thrown 13 TD and just two interceptions as a collegiate.

NC State’s Russell Wilson is regarded as one of the nation’s top-10 quarterbacks, but he certainly didn’t play like it in last week’s win at UCF. Wilson completed just 10-of-30 passes for 105 yards. That’s a far cry from his 252 passing YPG from a year ago, when he racked up 31 passing touchdowns (4th-most in the nation).

NC State doesn’t usually play well as the favorite in an evenly-matched game:

NC STATE is 3-12 ATS (-10.2 Units) as a home favorite of 3 points or less since 1992.

The average score was NC STATE 18.6, OPPONENT 25.1 - (Rating = 1*).

NC State was very opportunistic against UCF in forcing five turnovers, but neither school has a great defense.

NC STATE is 9-1 OVER (+7.9 Units) in home games when playing with 6 or less days rest over the last 3 seasons. The average score was NC STATE 30.0, OPPONENT 30.5 - (Rating = 2*).

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Northwestern hasn’t won a bowl game since 1948. And in order to break that trend, it will need to beat an SEC team in one of the high-profile New Year’s Day games, the Outback Bowl. The Wildcats are an 8-point dog, and nearly 2/3 of bettors at don’t even give them a chance to stay that close, instead backing Auburn as the chalk.

The Wildcats haven’t played on Jan. 1 since 1997. They are a 8-point underdog to an Auburn team, which won just two of its L7 games in 2009. That could prove to be an important line position, as the underdog has covered the number each of the L5 times the pointspread exceeded four points in this bowl series. Auburn was a low-scoring bowl team under former coach Tommy Tuberville, going under in its L7, with the games producing just 32.4 points per game. The Tigers were 5-2 SU and 4-3 ATS in that span. Northwestern won its L3 games both SU and ATS to finish at 8-4.

When Auburn faced defensive teams that ranked 30th or higher at the end of the regular season, it averaged 34.5 points per game. Northwestern finished 43rd in total defense this year. The Tigers’ scoring was held down by fast SEC defenses, something the Wildcat defenders will not be accused of. Northwestern averaged 25.2 points per game and it should have no problem surpassing that figure since Auburn surrendered almost 27 points per contest (26.9). The cast of players change, however, it is not an accident the average score of Northwestern’s last six bowl games is over 70 points, with the Wildcats conceding 43.8 points per game against unfamiliar opponents in which they have been an underdog, just like this New Year’s Day opener. Play the Over!

Top ATS Trend
NORTHWESTERN is 32-14 ATS (+16.6 Units) as an underdog of 3.5 to 10 points since 1992. The average score was NORTHWESTERN 23.4, OPPONENT 26.6 - (Rating = 1*)

Top Total Super Situation
Play Under - All teams where the total is between 49.5 and 56 (AUBURN) - in a non-conference game between two teams from major division 1-A conferences, off a loss against a conference rival. (42-16 over the last 10 seasons.) (72.4%, +24.4 units. Rating = 2*)

OUTBACK BOWL Series Trend: The Big Ten-SEC Outback Bowl series has been a competitive one with the last eight games being split 4/4. The Big Ten leads the recent ATS ledger 5-2 however, including Iowa’s easy 31-10 win over South Carolina this past New Year’s Day. That game resulted in the third straight UNDER the total. The last time this game featured a team not Iowa, Wisconsin, or Tennessee was in ’03, and the last five times the line was set at 4-points or more, the underdog covered.