The numbers still say that Maryland is last in men's basketball in the ACC but the surprising thing is that the football team has seen its numbers decline the last few years and now sits at last in the ACC with a 931 score. That is above the 925 cutoff number that could trigger sanctions but the trends on the football team bear watching. It is worth noting that not many other non-revenue sports at Maryland perform much better compared to their peers: only the men's swimming, and women's field hockey, lacrosse and track score better than the 80th percentile.
You can read more about the report on Patrick Stevens' Washington Times blog here.
The most notable ACC school to suffer penalties was Georgia Tech which had its men's basketball team lose two scholarships. Things just got more difficult for Paul Hewitt but he may not be around long enough to worry about it.