Chris Vaughn, the former Texas Longhorns defensive backs coach, is cited multiple times for Level 1 violations -- the most severe possible -- in the NCAA's 52-page notice of allegations to the Ole Miss Rebels.
Among the NCAA Level 1 allegations brought against former Texas DB coach Chris Vaughn pic.twitter.com/bPrvQXYksV— Cody Daniel (@CodyDanielHoops) May 27, 2016
Another of the many allegations brought against Chris Vaughn pic.twitter.com/FXYh96act8— Cody Daniel (@CodyDanielHoops) May 27, 2016
But wait, there's more ... allegations against Chris Vaughn pic.twitter.com/E1XSDycJw0— Cody Daniel (@CodyDanielHoops) May 27, 2016
Among the violations noted in the document include Vaughn accused of "fraudulence or misconduct in connection with the ACT exams of three then football prospective student-athletes." Essentially, Vaughn aided in creating fraud exam scorers to satisfy NCAA eligibility academic needs. Vaugh also allegedly provided impermissible recruiting benefits and communicated with witnesses of an NCAA enforcement investigation, despite being "admonished" on multiple occasions to refrain from communications. As seen in the report, Vaughn also provided false or misleading information; essentially, Vaughn lied to the NCAA and you can't do that.
Vaughn, who snappily left the Longhorns after two seasons following the news of the allegations, served as the defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Ole Miss from 2008-2011.