The Southern Methodist University football scandal was an incident in which the Mustangs football program at Southern Methodist University SMU was investigated and punished for massive and repeated violations of National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA rules and regulations over a period of several years between the late s and mids. The most serious violation was the maintenance of a slush fund used for "under the table" payments to players and their families to entice them to come to SMU to play. As an indirect result of SMU's repeated violations, the NCAA instituted a rule change to stiffen penalties for multiple rule violations over a certain period. Most notably the NCAA is now required to consider cancelling a school's season - a step known popularly as the " death penalty " - if a school's violations are severe enough. The death penalty is the NCAA 's power to ban a school from competing in a sport for at least one year. Following the season , the Mustangs were discovered to have once again run afoul of NCAA rules and their football team was not allowed to participate in the season.
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