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UofL meeting with the NCAA Infractions Committee today

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If you listened to today’s show, you heard Matt share some juicy UofL gossip (which I’ll let you hear on the podcast), which makes the next story I’m about to share particularly appropriate. According to the Courier-Journal, UofL is meeting with the NCAA Committee on Infractions today as part of the ongoing investigation into the sex scandal.

Rick Pitino, Tom Jurich, interim president Greg Postel, and former graduate assistant Brandon Williams will all speak at the hearing. Pitino and Williams will have the chance to dispute the NCAA’s charges against them (Pitino: failure to monitor Andre McGee; Williams: failure to cooperate with the investigation). At the conclusion of the hearing, the committee will decide if they will hand down further sanctions.

Could be an interesting day…stay tuned.

[Courier-Journal]

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19 Comments for UofL meeting with the NCAA Infractions Committee today



  1. secrick
    12:52 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

    Any one know what Matt had to say about the cards on today’s show? Had to work.



    • Realme
      1:57 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

      He said there is a rumor that Louisville is trying to work out a deal to get Jurich out.



    • secrick
      2:08 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

      Thanks Realme I appreciate it.



  2. 4everblue
    1:01 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

    Well certainly explains why Stanley the catfan troll has been quiet….he is probably busy defending Ricky.



  3. 96ChampionBestTeamEver
    1:22 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

    Imagine this – it is the year 2027 and the NCAA is just about to announce that they are almost halfway through with their investigation of UNC and likely will only take another decade to hand down the ruling. A statement from the NCAA Infractions Committee said they don’t have the resources to investigate John Calipari recruiting of one and done players and investigate UNC too. Meanwhile U of L doesn’t think that is fair since it only took 2 years to hand down the “heavy handed” 3-game suspension of former coach Ricky P for using ineligibly recruited players. There you have it, in the year 2027.



  4. [email protected]
    2:25 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

    I don’t think that I could possibly care less about anything that has gone on or will go on at Louisville. The entire university appears to be a cluster f—.



    • david8577
      2:30 pm April 20, 2017 Permalink

      If you live in KY, you should care. A significant portion of your tax dollars are going to now fund Scandal U instead of fixing potholes in front of your house.