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UofL will not self impose sanctions after like the millionth NCAA violation

Ohhhhhhh you hate to see it.

More NCAA violations showed up on the Louisville athletic department’s doorstep today. Those things are piled up like Amazon Prime boxes now.

In this delivery of bad news, the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations included four alleged violations. And since it ain’t no fun unless the homies get some, the NCAA saved one of those for Rick Pitino for his role in acting like, “What? I had no idea!”

The Cards’ athletic director and university president held an emergency Zoom press conference Monday afternoon, in which no one could figure out how to turn their mics on, and AD Vince Tyra (the anti-Jurich) hinted at Louisville fighting back this time around. (You may recall we’re not too far removed from the other time they cheated.)

“I think it’s highly unlikely that we miss out on our chance to play in next season’s NCAA tournament,” Tyra said, while noting he is not guaranteeing that stance.

University president Bendapudi was a little more straight forward. She said, “No,” when asked if the university will self impose penalties.

The circus continues!

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

4 Comments for UofL will not self impose sanctions after like the millionth NCAA violation



  1. Han
    3:23 pm May 4, 2020 Permalink

    Take your well-deserved lumps and move on.



  2. mothandras
    3:29 pm May 4, 2020 Permalink

    Doubt anything will come of this.. Louisville will respond and say they removed Pitino and sat out the 2019-2020 Post Season and NCAA Tournament.



    • sprtphan
      6:26 pm May 4, 2020 Permalink

      That would probably work if they hadn’t done it while already on probation.



  3. BluKudzu
    10:11 pm May 4, 2020 Permalink

    I hope Louisville does fight this. They cleaned house and ridded themselves of those who brought the program to its knees

    Go after Kansas, Arizona, LSU, North Carolina, and Duke, their coaches and their ADs.

    Beating down Louisville, after they did what is right, serves no purpose.

    The NCAA will not attack their money makers. Just keep putting the beat down on a school that is struggling financially to exist, and one that owned up already, to the violations they participated in.

    I would go back and sue Pitino, Jurich and the former president of UL.