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NCAA delays deadlines for schools facing corruption scandal charges

On Monday, Kansas became the second school to receive a notice of allegations from the NCAA for charges related to the college hoops corruption scandal. NC State got its NOA back in July, and according to a letter from the NCAA that was released last night, all schools facing charges will have a little bit longer to respond.

In the letter, infractions committee member Carol Cartwright said the committee will not act on cases related to the scandal until November 20, and all briefing deadlines, such as the 90 days schools typically have to respond, are on hold during that time (NC State’s response was originally due on October 7). According to ESPN, NCAA investigations are currently underway at Arizona, Auburn, Creighton, Louisville, LSU, and USC.

So, if you’re counting down the minutes until Louisville gets its NOA, be patient. Sounds like they’re pretty busy up there in Indianapolis.

[ESPN]

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18 Comments for NCAA delays deadlines for schools facing corruption scandal charges



  1. ukisdabest
    5:17 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    We have proof the NCAA is rigged



    • notFromhere
      2:06 pm September 26, 2019 Permalink

      More proof…? Not that it will matter. Mon.o.po.ly



  2. BlueBanker18
    5:50 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    Creighton?



    • Ridge Runner
      6:58 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

      Yeah, that snuck up on me too. Oh heck, let’em be. Bigger fish are all around the boat.



    • notFromhere
      2:07 pm September 26, 2019 Permalink

      Wonder how many years Creightin will suffer for Kansas’ misdeeds



  3. Han
    5:54 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    All the involved schools should suffer the consequences.

    But if I were any of those programs, I’d be following the UNC playbook, and if any penalties still follow, I’d be taking it to court.



    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      6:18 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

      I wish everyone would stop saying follow the turdhills example, it wasn’t UNC’s tactics that kept them out of trouble(the NCAA found the issues and even stated as much) it was the name of the school. Same reason all these schools are being looked at but Puke isn’t. Kansas is only being hit because the cash flow has slowed



    • kingbing
      6:38 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

      What a dumbass statement.



    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      7:16 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

      Kingbing so which one are you defending Duke or UNC? Because no fan of any other team would ever question the corruption that is the NCAA.



    • notFromhere
      2:09 pm September 26, 2019 Permalink

      Benny nailed it. You know before the first day is over who will really be punished based just on the name alone.



  4. walden
    6:32 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    The bogus classes at UNC we’re not only for student athletes, they were bogus classes for the masses. That is what makes that particular case a college accreditation issue and not an NCAA issue. The FBI scandals are different, same playbook does not apply. Adidas wasn’t recruiting and paying the normal joe student to come to Kansas, this was only happening for athletes.



    • StuckinLville
      8:23 am September 26, 2019 Permalink

      It shouldn’t matter. Athletes were taking fake classes which made them eligible. The criminal investigation with Penn St had nothing to do with the athletes yet the NCAA stepped in to make themselves look big and bad. The NCAA is a load of crap and if nothing major happens to Kansas, no one will ever give a crap what they say.



  5. Cousins Fake Tooth
    6:34 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    So basically, the NCAA thinks Kansas is going to make them a lot of money this year, so lets put off any punishment they get, until next season.



  6. BobbyBlue
    7:18 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    Punishment of KU will be minor at best with some vague explanation, so it really doesn’t make any difference.



  7. KYJelly
    7:47 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    Lesson is … don’t have agents funnel money to kids because that isn’t right! Instead, enroll them in fake classes because, while frowned upon, the NCAA won’t do sh*t



  8. TonyMontana
    10:19 pm September 25, 2019 Permalink

    I would trade all of those schools to have Duke get hit, but they are too slippery.