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NCAA Releases Punishment For Oklahoma State Football Program Following Investigation

After an investigation into the Oklahoma State football program that took roughly a year to complete, the NCAA has released its findings. 

Friday afternoon, in a teleconference with reporters, the NCAA Committee on Infractions unveiled the punishment that will be set upon the Cowboys' program. 

Oklahoma State is on probation for a year, has to pay $8,500 in fines and gets recruiting restrictions. 

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That doesn't seem too bad, Cowboys. 

Oklahoma State opens its 2015 season Sept. 3 against Central Michigan.