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R’uh R’oh…the IRS is auditing UofL

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Things have been a little too quiet on the UofL front, but not for long. According to Insider Louisville, the IRS is conducting an audit of UofL’s federal employment tax returns for 2014, including payroll, contractor, and vendor information. In addition, they have requested the contracts of former president James Ramsey, provost Shirley Willihnganz, head men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino, head women’s basketball coach Jeff Walz, and former head football coach Charlie Strong, who left UofL for Texas in 2015.

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6 Comments for R’uh R’oh…the IRS is auditing UofL



  1. Bigbluenutz
    8:17 pm August 19, 2016 Permalink

    As shady as the clintons!!



  2. dshwildcats
    12:35 am August 20, 2016 Permalink

    And this should come as a surprise to no one!! If anything, it’s surprising that its taken the IRS this long to turn up on the University of Louisville campus. The NCAA, and the IRS, on your campus at the same time can’t be a good thing! But, as Tom Jurich always says, “We’re doing things the right way!”



  3. Tej
    11:12 am August 20, 2016 Permalink

    It seems there is no end to their embarrassment. Something tells me if it was UK there would be outrage and probably a special editin and editorials published by the C-J.



  4. dshwildcats
    4:14 pm August 20, 2016 Permalink

    Tej,

    The average University of Louisville supporter is not embarrassed by things like this, or their basketball scandal. The rationalization used by most of them is that, whatever illegal, unethical things they are doing, Kentucky is doing/has done something that’s just as bad, or worse! They have also convinced themselves that everyone, especially Kentucky, is conspiring against their school and athletic program. So when they screw up, it’s no fault of their own! They are like a child that refuses to take responsibility for his/her actions!



  5. Tej
    4:47 pm August 20, 2016 Permalink

    You may be correct in your analysis of the situation from many UofL fans’ view. And, I hate to admit that was the attitude of many UK fans during the scandals of the Sutton era. But, there was outrage then in the community, the editorial section of the newspapers, in national publications, and in the university itself. None of that seems present in the Louisville community, in the CJ editorial page, or in the university. They have gotten rid of the President but that is just one of their problems.