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The other shoe dropped on Texas A&M football coach Dennis Franchione, whom we wrote about a few weeks ago regarding an exclusive e-mail newsletter he provided to select team boosters.

The Aggies' athletic department said today that Franchione may be in violation of NCAA rules on three counts: not reporting the income from the newsletter (reports put the number at about $80,000), discussing prospective recruits, and breaching the Big 12 Conference standard of sportsmanship.

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Franchione had said the money went to cover the cost of his Internet site.

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