This one had to hurt:

Chip Patterson reports for CBS Sports:

Syracuse NCAA penalties: What it means for the football program

The NCAA handed down its punishment to Syracuse University on Friday, charging the school with a failure to monitor its athletic department and put both the football and men’s basketball programs on five years probation for violations that date back more than a decade.

The most significant penalties — a self-imposed postseason ban, 9-game suspension for Jim Boeheim and the loss of 12 scholarships — fell on the basketball program, but football too must vacate wins from years when the NCAA determined a player was ineligible for competition.

The 94-page report (which can be found here in its entirety) specifically mentions violations for football players accepting impermissible benefits and at least three players engaging in academic fraud.

In addition to probation, the punishment for the football team includes vacating wins from the 2004-05, 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons. Paul Pasqualoni (2004) and Greg Robinson (2005-06) were the coaches of the Orange during that time, and the program’s combined record in those years was 11-24.

Robinson was fired after the 2008 season with a 10-37 record.

In a statement on behalf of the school, Syracuse Chancellor Kent Syverud wrote, “Syracuse University did not and does not agree with all the conclusions reached by the NCAA, including some of the findings and penalties included in today’s report. However, we take the report and the issues it identifies very seriously, particularly those that involve academic integrity and the overall well-being of student-athletes.”