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NCAA overturns Georgia Tech basketball penalties; Upholds show-cause order for LaBarrie

The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee has overturned scholarship reductions and recruiting penalties for the Georgia Tech men’s basketball program. In its decision, the appeals committee determined the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions must reconsider the scholarship reductions penalty it had prescribed. However, Appeals Committee upheld its finding that former Tech assistant coach

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Daily News & Notes – 1/28/21

Today’s Daily News & Notes from around the college basketball coaching world… With Coaches vs. Cancer Suits And Sneakers Week being in full swing, here’s a great tribute to former Muskingum University head coach Gene Ford, who passed away after a battle with cancer back in 2019. His sons, Stony Brook head coach Geno Ford,

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Daily News & Notes – 1/5/21

Today’s Daily News and Notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski will miss Wednesday’s game vs. Boston College as he self-isolates. Krzyzewski said that a member of his family tested positive for COVID-19 which has forced he and his wife, Mickie, to quarantine. Both have tested negative for the virus. More

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Daily News & Notes – 12/22/20

Daily news and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Former Penn State head coach Pat Chambers spoke publicly for the first time since he “resigned” back in October. Chambers appeared on a podcast hosted by two current Penn State players, telling the duo “I learned I’ve got to be more mindful with words,

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NCAA: UMass provided impermissible financial aid in two sports, including men’s basketball

The NCAA released the findings today from their investigation in to the UMass Athletics Department. According to a release by the NCAA: The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, impermissibly provided 12 student-athletes in men’s basketball and women’s tennis with financial aid that exceeded full cost of attendance, according to a decision released by the Division I

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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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