Ole Miss forced to vacate 33 wins for NCAA violations
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Ole Miss will vacate 33 wins over six seasons between 2010-16 for fielding ineligible players under coach Hugh Freeze, athletic director Ross Bjork announced, via ESPN.

The Rebels already served a two-year postseason ban in 2017 and 2018. As a result of their NCAA violations, they were also given three years of probation, scholarship reductions, and recruiting restrictions in sanctions handed down in 2017.

"It's the last part of this process," Bjork said Monday. "In a way, it's just a piece of paper, because you saw those games."

Ole Miss will vacate four wins from the 2010 campaign, two from 2011, seven from 2012, seven from 2013, eight from 2014, and five from 2016.

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