Maybe USF Violations, Maybe Not?

A report from the Miami Herald suspects that USF could be facing possible NCAA violations, but that report was soon deleted off of Twitter.

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Miami Herald Reporter Deletes USF Violations Tweet

Earlier a story was written about the possibility of University of South Florida violations based around a tweet by the Miami Herald Florida State Seminoles writer Patrik Nohe, who mentioned that he was working on something big in regards to violations at USF.

Since the article based around his tweet was published, the tweet has now been deleted off of Twitter. As with most things on the internet, once it's sent out or posted, it's there forever as evidenced by the screen grab above.

It's possible Nohe wasn't supposed to reveal anything on the subject he was working on just yet, but the toothpaste is out of the container.

For more on the South Florida Bulls, make sure to check out Voodoo Five. Still not enough college football for you? Then head over to the SB Nation NCAA Football Hub Page for all the latest news and analysis from across the country.

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Potential USF Violations On The Horizon?

A report from the Miami Herald suspects that USF could be facing possible NCAA violations.

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