Michigan Football Puts Itself on Probation; Former Deerfield Star Not Named in Report
Feagin's career in maize and blue was cut short by an off-field incident.
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The University of Michigan today announced that its football coaching staff violated NCAA rules for the amount of athletics-related activity its players could perform and the number of coaches who could be employed. Although the investigation concluded that the violations were far less severe than portrayed in local media accounts, Michigan's athletic program volunteered to place itself on probation for three years.
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