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Oklahoma State MBB program penalized by NCAA

The NCAA released their findings and penalties today in their case against Oklahoma State and former Associate Head Basketball Coach Lamont Evans. Last June, Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in the pay-for-play scandal. The complete NCAA ruling can be found HERE. Below is the statement the the NCAA released

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NCAA upholds violations and show-cause order for former UConn men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie

The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld findings that former head UConn men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie violated head coach responsibility and ethical conduct rules. The committee also upheld a penalty that requires the former head coach to serve a three-year show-cause order, according to the decision. The complete 15 page decision can be

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NCAA hits Jimmy Patsos with 3-year show-cause order

Former Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos was issued a three-year show-cause order today by the NCAA. The school and a booster also received penalties. The full public infractions decision can be found HERE. Below is a summary of the findings released by the NCAA: The former Siena men’s basketball head coach provided impermissible cash payments

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Jerome Allen hit with 15-yr show-cause penalty by NCAA

Former Penn head basketball coach Jerome Allen was hit with a major penalty today, and the Penn basketball program was also sanctioned. Below is the statement from the NCAA regarding the case. The complete negotiated resolution can be found HERE. The former University of Pennsylvania head men’s basketball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when

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Stallings hit with 3-year Show-Cause order by NCAA

Former Vanderbilt and Pitt head coach Kevin Stallings was hit with a three-year show-cause order today by the NCAA. The penalty comes from violations during his time at Pitt. According to the report released by the NCAA, some of the infractions included: “…the former head men’s basketball coach (Stallings) instructed and allowed three noncoaching staff

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Former Louisiana-Monroe assistant basketball coach engaged in academic misconduct

Former Louisiana-Monroe assistant men’s basketball coach Phillipe Lilavois engaged in academic misconduct on behalf of two men’s basketball student-athletes, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel. The former assistant coach also violated the NCAA’s ethical conduct rules when he failed to cooperate with the investigation. Last September, the ULM Athletics Department was notified

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