Ole Miss chancellor Jeff Vitter, left, speaks as athletic director Ross Bjork listens as the discuss NCAA sanctions leveled against the football program during a press conference at the Manning Center in Oxford, Miss., Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. The program was handed a two-year postseason ban and other penalties by the NCAA.
Ole Miss chancellor Jeff Vitter, left, speaks as athletic director Ross Bjork listens as the discuss NCAA sanctions leveled against the football program during a press conference at the Manning Center in Oxford, Miss., Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. The program was handed a two-year postseason ban and other penalties by the NCAA. Bruce Newman AP
Ole Miss chancellor Jeff Vitter, left, speaks as athletic director Ross Bjork listens as the discuss NCAA sanctions leveled against the football program during a press conference at the Manning Center in Oxford, Miss., Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. The program was handed a two-year postseason ban and other penalties by the NCAA. Bruce Newman AP

Ole Miss promised to appeal the NCAA’s additional sanctions. Now it’s following through.

December 15, 2017 12:00 PM