A timeline of the U of L NCAA allegations.
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A very disappointed Rick Pitino hit on several points during a press conference after the NCAA revealed the penalties for the men’s basketball program. From social media to the fact that the NCAA thought the program was a big fraternity.
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UofL Athletic Director Tom Jurich weighs in on the penalties imposed by the NCAA on the Louisville Men’s Basketball Program during a press conference on Thursday afternoon.
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Louisville coach Rick Pitino talked about the severity of the penalties issued by the NCAA and how he, personally, has lost faith in the organization.
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Dr. Greg Postel, interim president of the University of Louisville, said that UofL will appeal the penalties.
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What we know about NCAA allegations against U of L
Pitino on penalties: ‘The NCAA got it wrong’
Tom Jurich on NCAA penalties: “I thought we did everything above and beyond”
Pitino: “Personally I’ve lost a lot of faith in the NCAA”
Interim President Dr. Greg Postel: “It is our intent to appeal the penalties”
The University of Louisville called penalties in its men’s basketball case levied by the NCAA’s infractions committee “draconian” in paperwork filed this week to an appeals panel, saying the committee ignored the school’s self-imposed punishments and other key factors.
Details of U of L’s appeal response, the first filing of written arguments in the process, were released by the…