NCAA: Ex-golf coach violated rules
ST. LOUIS -- The NCAA slapped the University of Missouri-St. Louis with two years of probation Friday, saying the former golf coach at the Division II school violated anti-gambling rules by running a "multimillion-dollar" fantasy sports league and playing in others.
The NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions also publicly reprimanded and censured the university and issued a three-year show-cause order for the former coach. The NCAA did not name the coach, but the university said Dustin ...
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