You're wrong. Maybe you should bone up on the report a little more. The violations were primarily major not because they were just another violations since the Fab Five era (which is what actually made it possible for them to say we didn't have institutional control, but they didn't go that far), but mainly because any secondary violation (which most of them were) that are done repeatedly, many many times become "Major". Doing something minor wrong every day becomes major by default. Even if you weren't doing it "more", but were doing the same minor thing wrong because you didn't think it was wrong.
It wasn't really about the practice overages, as much as the staff being there. Which came in with the huge Grad Staff Rich brought in. The thing that carried over from the Lloyd regime was that the Cara froms were way behind on being filed. Which isn't actually an NCAA violation. Cara forms are not required by the NCAA; they are just a means to tracking possible violations. There was some department tracking issues that were the problem with some of the staff, but the violations weren't carry overs (unless you want to include that under "monitoring").
So, you should be careful how nasty you are in your criticism of others when your grasp on the actual facts aren't all that great.