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UofL Expects to Learn their Fate in Six to Eight Weeks


Inspired by Dan Koob, this is @DanielleLerner's artist rendering of the hearing.

Inspired by Dan Koob, this is @Danielle_Lerner’s artist rendering of the hearing.

Today the University of Louisville had their day in court.

Behind closed doors in Cincinnati, UofL made their case to the NCAA Committee of Infractions.  After deliberating for about eleven hours, UofL Interim President Greg Postel believes they’ll receive the final word from the NCAA in six to eight weeks.  Read the statements from the president and Tom Jurich, courtesy of Eric Crawford.

Mark your calendar for the first week of June.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

11 responses to “UofL Expects to Learn their Fate in Six to Eight Weeks”

  1. terwilliger

    The statement from Jurich shows you who runs that “University”. He is the one evaluating Postel, not vice versa.

  2. TheWildcatKyle

    Going to be searching the dumpsters in late june outside the Yum center so I can take the banner home.

  3. BigBlueSkyDog

    The corruption is so deep at UL that it will require three 30 for 30s to cover it all.

  4. 4everblue

    this moderation is bullshit!

  5. ready4nineNOW

    Was this a written statement from Jurich? If so, it sure doesn’t take much intelligence to get his job.

  6. Catlogic15

    Translation: “We lied our ass off”.

  7. Tej

    In 6 to 8 weeks we will learn whether there will be real consequences for UL’s violations or whether this is all a sham.

  8. manuel2906

    6 to 8 weeks to write a fat ass check to buy a clean slate…smh

  9. symphonist41169

    Looks like Jurich has never met a run-on sentence he didn’t like.

  10. spincr4hire

    When will unc have their day in court ?

  11. 8xchamp

    Anything less than vacated title and a year suspension for rick is unacceptable.