SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -The NCAA is penalizing Eastern Washington's football program for numerous violations under former coach Paul Wulff, now the coach at Washington State.
Among the violations announced Wednesday were allowing ineligible athletes to practice, having too many assistant coaches and failure to properly monitor the team.
Eastern Washington was put on three years' probation and is banned from postseason play next season. It also was penalized two scholarships and had limits placed on recruiting and coaching.
In addition, Wulff cannot have any contact with the Washington State football team during the first three days of practice this season.

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