FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -The Arkansas basketball program has reported an NCAA secondary violation concerning images of its athletes in a magazine.
The athletic department said Tuesday it reported the violation to the Southeastern Conference. The school said no player's eligibility has been affected.
The school said its self-report was over ``tag lines used to accompany photos of student-athletes, referencing local businesses,'' and that nobody in the athletic department approved of or had prior knowledge of non-editorial use of the players' images.
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