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MBB: Head coach Rick Pitino speaks to the media following Louisville's second Red and White Scrimmage.
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In the latest episode of the NBCSports.com College Basketball Talk podcast, I’m joined by Sam Vecenie of the Sporting News to talk about the Notice of Allegations that the NCAA handed down to Louisville as well as taking a deep dive into the freshmen class and some of the elite NBA Draft prospects. As always, […]
FILE - In a Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 file photo, Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino listens to a question during a press conference, in Louisville Ky. The NCAA accuses Louisville of providing impermissible benefits and breaches of conduct as a result of its investigation into an escort's book allegations [...]
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Like any successful coach, Pitino has an obsessive attention to detail. Still, he insists, he had no knowledge of a staff member providing Louisville basketball recruits with stripteases and sex.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) The NCAA accused Louisville of four serious violations and criticized the conduct of coach Rick Pitino for failing to monitor a former basketball staffer who hired escorts and strippers for sex parties with recruits and players. Show More Summary
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Detailed allegations about Louisville turning a dorm into a gentlemen's club/brothel leaves Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel shaking his head.
The Notice of Allegations from the NCAA compliance office has reached the mailbox at Louisville, and it takes aim at head basketball coach Rick Pitino and two other members of the Louisville staff. Pitino was charged with failure to monitor a staff member within the basketball program. Show More Summary
The NCAA released its notice of allegations to the University of Louisville on Thursday, and the result was the opposite of a “got ya” moment. Nothing new really surfaced in the NCAA’s investigation of the program. The man with the ability...Show More Summary
Last year, a book written by a self-described madam detailed allegations that the Louisville basketball program provided strippers for team parties within the dorms, and that some of the strippers were paid to have sex with athletes, as a means of attracting recruits. Show More Summary
Earlier today, the University of Louisville announced that it had received the NCAA’s notice of allegations concerning the stripper scandal of 2015, and they provided a redacted copy of the notice. The NCAA has charged the school’s basketball program with four Level One violations – the most severe level possible. Show More Summary
OK, take a deep breath, Louisville fans. An NCAA notice of allegations isn’t going to be all sunshine and rainbows (we’ll get into that later), but at first glance, this didn’t look as bad as it could have been for the Cards. ...
NCAA accuses Louisville of serious violations for escorts, sex parties; criticizes Pitino's conduct
Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino says he and the university APOLOGIZE for the prostitution scandal that rocked the program... but insists he did NOTHING wrong. Pitino just spoke with the media to address NCAA charges that he…
The University of Louisville was rocked last year with claims that former players and recruits were lured to the school with sex from prostitutes hired by a former university employee. On Thursday the NCAA “formally charged current and former staff members in its men’s basketball program, including Coach Rick Pitino, with major rules violations related […]
Here are the main things you need to know about Louisville moving forward.