Trouble is brewing in Tempe.
The NCAA is looking into potential recruiting violations committed by the Arizona State football coaching staff. The allegations against them include bringing high school prospects on official and unofficial on-campus visits during the dead period, which was extended due to the pandemic.
Doug Haller from The Athletic was the first to break the story. Later the same day, Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel broke loose more information that he received, including a dossier that was sent to ASU and the NCAA. It reportedly has receipts of multiple recruiting violations.
News: The NCAA is investigating Arizona State football over allegations of recruiting violations during dead period https://t.co/CxHTPxJ12U
— Doug Haller (@DougHaller) June 16, 2021
The NCAA and Arizona State have a dossier of screenshots, receipts, pictures and emails related to potential violations within Arizona State’s football program, sources told @YahooSports. Sources detail the extent of illegal COVID recruiting visits: https://t.co/KrvI0EWWhq
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) June 16, 2021
This is a developing story that will be updated in the coming day, weeks, and months.