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NCAA infractions cases for Kansas, Louisville, LSU, Memphis ...

Charged with major NCAA violations regarding Brian Bowen under former basketball coach Rick Pitino Feb. 19, 2021 : Request for referral of infractions case granted to IARP

KU Has Spent More Than $3 Million Defending Itself Against ...

In the three years since serious NCAA allegations surfaced against the University of Kansas basketball program, the Athletics Department has spent more than $3.5 million on four law firms. Search...

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The NCAA to speed up investigation of major infractions cases ...

The case involving the LSU men's basketball program includes "alleged violations [involving] at least 13 prospective student athletes and a projected 75 individuals who may have knowledge of, and ...

NCAA says decisions in all 6 current IARP infractions cases ...

The NCAA needs to get off their A$$ and move forward. If after 3 years a school hasn't had their day in front of the infraction committee or the IARP the NCAA should have to drop the case.

NCAA amends Louisville basketball case to include alleged ...

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The University of Louisville men’s basketball program received official word Friday that its ongoing issues with NCAA rules violations has expanded to the current ...

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It may not have been intentional, but Kansas giving Bill Self ...

KU is charged with five Level I violations (the most serious) stemming from the FBI basketball scandal that emerged in September 2017. The NCAA called the violations "egregious" and "severe." The...

IARP updates timeline for Arizona men’s basketball NCAA ...

Arizona is accused of five Level I violations, considered the most serious type, most of them stemming from actions by former men’s basketball assistant coaches Book Richardson and Mark Phelps.