Louisville president James R. Ramsey said Friday he concluded his school's basketball program had in fact committed violations in regards to allegations a former staffer provided players and recruit with escorts.
Southern Miss imposed a postseason ban for the second-straight year as a result of an NCAA investigation stemming from Donnie Tyndall's time with the program, in which he was alleged to have had assistants completed homework for recruits. ...read more
Five former Louisville players and recruits confirmed the allegations that escorts were hired to dance and have sex with members of the basketball program, ESPN reports. ...read more
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino expressed his frustration with his team’s postseason ban after beating Boston College 79–47 on Saturday afternoon. ...read more
Syracuse self-imposed a postseason ban on the men's basketball team for this season, the university announced Wednesday. The ban comes in response to an NCAA investigation, which was launched after Syracuse reported potential violations in 2007. ...read more
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino announced Thursday that he will not step down in the wake of allegations that his program courted recruits with female strippers and escorts. ...read more