UIL reduces Tom Bean's playoff ban. Here's how much it got reduced and how it impacts rest of athletics.

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The State Executive Committee of the University Interscholastic League reduced penalties against Tom Bean High School's football program after alleged recruiting violations.

Tom Bean High School Athletics was issued three years probation, and the football program was barred from post-district play for two years. The school was also issued a public reprimand.

Tom Bean High School Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Steven Fex was cleared of any rules violations.

The original punishment was a postseason football ban of three years.

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