According to The Oregonian’s James Crepea, the Oregon Ducks’ athletic department has self-reported five NCAA secondary violations for the 2021-22 year. Three of those came from the football program.

Under the former staff, the Ducks sent recruiting graphics to the coaches of recruits. The Ducks also self-reported two program-wide violations—one for “game simulation” photographs being permitted during recruiting visits and another for a “tryout team addition” practicing while being enrolled less than full-time.

The Oregonian obtained the report sent to the NCAA by UO via a public records request. Per Crepea, the document obtained doesn’t specify the penalties for each of the violations but does list the status on each as “submitted” rather than “closed.”

The NCAA has its hands busy at the moment, with a notice sent to Tennessee alleging 18 Level I violations committed under former head coach Jeremy Pruitt. They make Oregon’s self-reported infractions look mundane.

Secondary recruiting violations in instances like this would generally call for a coach or program to forego contact with the specific recruit in question. Send an impermissible recruiting graphic to a recruit? You have to go a few weeks without the ability to send correspondence to that recruit.

According to The Oregonian, the other two violations were for women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves conducting an in-home visit on the final day of a recruiting dead period and for a player in an unspecified sport competing while “technically ineligible.”