On October 19, 2012, the Athens-Banner Herald reported the University of Georgia reported its second secondary violation involving its football program in the past month. Specifically, the institution reported that during a prospective football student-athlete’s visit during the Tennessee game weekend, the the fiancé of a non-coaching football staff member ate an off-campus meal at a local restaurant with the PSA in attendance. The institution discovered the violation during a routine audit of expense reports submitted to the athletics compliance office.
As a result of the violation, the institution has implemented a system requiring pre-approval of those attending off-campus meals with PSAs.
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