Louisville Notice of Allegations released

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The real question is which home game will we bring the 97 team back and put all the banners back up at halftime for. I'd settle for that instead of punishing UNC. John Thomas and goldy gopher can dance at center court again
 

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Why do I feel the NCAA will punish Richard Pitino and Minnesota for the violations committed by Rick Pitino at Louisville, then call their investigation complete?
 

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The real question is which home game will we bring the 97 team back and put all the banners back up at halftime for. I'd settle for that instead of punishing UNC. John Thomas and goldy gopher can dance at center court again
Que rebuttal and statement that regardless they were still caught cheating by you know who in 3, 2...
 

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Yahoo: Louisville's escort scandal shows how low college sports can go

Can we take a second before worrying about scholarship reductions and focus on this unquestioned fact … a prominent, powerhouse college basketball program turned its players’ dorm into a gentlemen’s club/brothel to help recruiting?

Not once, but on 15 different occasions. And that’s just what the NCAA could nail down.

I’ve been covering this stuff for two decades, have heard nearly every story imaginable and am the opposite of some shocked, wag-your-finger moralist (whatever) but still … how low can this sport sink? How big of a charade can college basketball become? How desensitized has college athletics become to scandal that this is practically considered just another Tier I case, like some rich booster slipping a poor athlete a few hundred bucks?

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/louisvilles-escort-scandal-shows-how-low-college-sports-can-go-193646395.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma

Go Gophers!!
 

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Yahoo: Louisville's escort scandal shows how low college sports can go

Can we take a second before worrying about scholarship reductions and focus on this unquestioned fact … a prominent, powerhouse college basketball program turned its players’ dorm into a gentlemen’s club/brothel to help recruiting?

Not once, but on 15 different occasions. And that’s just what the NCAA could nail down.

I’ve been covering this stuff for two decades, have heard nearly every story imaginable and am the opposite of some shocked, wag-your-finger moralist (whatever) but still … how low can this sport sink? How big of a charade can college basketball become? How desensitized has college athletics become to scandal that this is practically considered just another Tier I case, like some rich booster slipping a poor athlete a few hundred bucks?

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/louisvilles-escort-scandal-shows-how-low-college-sports-can-go-193646395.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma

Go Gophers!!
Hey kids! Come see how institutionalized exploitation works and play hoops here.

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Can someone explain how the school didn't get hit with Failure to Monitor or LoIC?
 
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