Tag Archives: Josh Gregory

Sep
29
2015

SMU’s men’s golf team has been banned from post-season play this season and will incur scholarship reductions due to “multiple violations” discovered by the NCAA that involved recruiting and unethical conduct under former head coach Josh Gregory, according to multiple reports.

The punitive actions against SMU will mostly impact and unjustly punish the student-athletes, who did not do anything wrong (as far as we know they weren’t accepting duffel bags full of cash), including Bryson DeChambeau, who became only the fifth player to win the individual NCAA Championship and the U.S. Amateur last month. Due to the NCAA’s sanctions, he will be barred from defending his title next year in Eugene, Oregon. Which is pretty messed up and extremely unfair from what I understand of the situation.

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Mar
12
2015
2011 NCAA Champions: Augusta State

2011 NCAA Champions: Augusta State

In the latest development of the Patrick Reed saga, a former Augusta State teammate has agreed to provide his account of Reed’s suspension for the first two events of the 2009-10 season, which occurred following his transfer to the school from the University of Georgia.

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Mar
10
2015

The Patrick Reed saga continues Tuesday with the release of the so-called “affidavit” from University of Georgia men’s golf head coach Chris Haack, and a statement from Jason Payne, an assistant coach during Reed’s time at Georgia.

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