In addition, the university, which self-reported the incident to the SEC, is giving up eight of its official visits for the 2010 signee class for allowing prospects to attend a rolling of Toomer's Corner party attended by fans in downtown Auburn during the Big Cat Weekend.
From July 31st prior to September 15th the SEC ruled that Auburn could not do on-campus or off-campus evaluations and recruiting of six prospects who were at Toomer's Corner that night and could make just one phone call in September to those players. That group includes two prospects who have committed to the Tigers, wide receiver Trovon Reed and linebacker Jessel Curry. It also includes linebacker Khairi Fortt, running backs Marcus Lattimore and Lache Seastrunk plus offensive lineman Eric Mack.
Auburn coaches were required by the SEC to read a statement on the phone telling those prospects that the rolling of Toomer's Corner was not a permissible activity and that they should disregard the event in making their college choice.
The case is closed and no additional action is expected from either the university, the SEC or the NCAA.