(BOISE) – Boise State University is placing a number of sanctions on sports teams accused of violating NCAA codes of conduct. The Bronco’s football team, led by head coach Chris Peterson, will have less time to prepare for season openers over the next two years, as well as less scholarships. Administrators say the self-imposed sanctions will send a strong message about the consequences violating the school’s standards. The NCAA’s Committee on Infractions may impose tougher sanctions after reviewing the case next month.
Nate Eaton, EastIdahoNews.com
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