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The jury is in - finally - on U of L basketball scandal - The Advocate-Messenger

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University of Louisville avoids major penalties in pay-for-play scandal. U of L will receive two years of probation, a $5,000 fine and recruiting restrictions. Former coaches Rick Pitino and Chris Mack received no penalties. Former associate head coach Kenny Johnson and ex-assistant Jordan Fair were issued a show-cause order.
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The jury is in - finally - on U of L basketball scandal - The Advocate-Messenger

RUSS BROWNKentucky TodayAfter five years, judgment day finally arrived for the University of Louisville basketball program Thursday, and the school can breathe a sigh of relief because the school avoided major penalties. So did former coaches Rick Pitino, now at Iona, and Chris Mack.An Independent Accountability Review Panel (IARP) made its decision public Thursday morning in the pay-for-play scandal uncovered by the FBI’s investigation into cor…

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The jury is in - finally - on U of L basketball scandal

RUSS BROWNKentucky TodayAfter five years, judgment day finally arrived for the University of Louisville basketball program Thursday, and the school can breathe a sigh of relief because the school avoided major penalties. So did former coaches Rick Pitino, now at Iona, and Chris Mack.An Independent Accountability Review Panel (IARP) made its decision public Thursday morning in the pay-for-play scandal uncovered by the FBI’s investigation into cor…

3 months ago·Stanford, United States
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The jury is in - finally - on U of L basketball scandal

RUSS BROWNKentucky TodayAfter five years, judgment day finally arrived for the University of Louisville basketball program Thursday, and the school can breathe a sigh of relief because the school avoided major penalties. So did former coaches Rick Pitino, now at Iona, and Chris Mack.An Independent Accountability Review Panel (IARP) made its decision public Thursday morning in the pay-for-play scandal uncovered by the FBI’s investigation into cor…

3 months ago·Middlesboro, United States
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