postseason ban

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  • However, due to their postseason ban, the MAC did not allow them to be division champions. ...
  • If these programs do not find a way to improve their APR then they will suffer postseason bans. ...
  • UCF began its season five months after a postseason ban was overturned on appeal.
  • Most notably, Southern University became the first school ever to receive APR-related postseason bans in two sports. ...
  • No games were forfeited, and no television or postseason ban was imposed. ...
  • The NCAA imposed a one-year postseason ban on the program. ...
  • The Rebels did not play in the 2001 tournament due to a postseason ban. ...
  • Under NCAA rules, he can play immediately at Missouri because Connecticut's postseason ban covers his entire remaining eligibility. ...
  • The tournament only featured 14 teams due to Connecticut being given a one-year postseason ban due to APR penalties. ...
  • Teams serving NCAA postseason bans are still eligible for the AP National Championship. ...
  • Prior to 2010-11, only four teams had received postseason bans. ...
  • As a result of the postseason ban, rising senior forward Alex Oriakhi announced he would transfer to Missouri for his final season of eligibility. ...
  • In April 2014, UWM was handed a one-year postseason ban due to a low Academic Progress Rate. ...
  • The university was able to persuade the NCAA to postpone the postseason ban until the 2013 season, while they filed an appeal. ...
  • Before his junior season started, Napier considered transferring after Jim Calhoun's retirement and the team's postseason ban next season, but chose to return. ...
  • UCF will be eligible to compete for both the Conference USA championship and a bowl game this season with its appeal of a one-year football postseason ban not scheduled to be heard until next year. ...
  • It is expected that all members of the current Big East will continue to play in future tournaments (barring postseason bans due to NCAA rules violations). ...
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