Following the FBI inserting itself into college basketball recruiting, the Kansas Basketball program continued to appear and have its name brought up, including allegations that the program paid two recruits.
Well now, it appears the NCAA is taking a look into the Kansas Basketball program and head coach Bill Self.
Yesterday, Kansas received its notice of allegations from the NCAA, including allegations of lack of institutional control, three level I violations in men’s basketball, and a head coach responsibility violation against Self.
Things aren’t looking too bright in Lawrence right now. However, this is just the beginning of the process.
Kansas will have 90 days to respond, and based off the statement released yesterday, the university is planning to fight back against the allegations. They can also appeal any assessed penalties, so this process will drag on possibly throughout the entire college basketball season.
According to the Kansas City Star, the Jayhawks could be in danger of missing out on their first postseason in 30 years.
However, if we’ve seen anything from the NCAA in investigating compliance matters, anything can happen, so stay tuned to see what happens with Kansas and Bill Self.
Tweets of the Day
Most pass-blocking snaps without a pressure allowed, FBS guards:— Cam Mellor (@PFF_Cam) September 23, 2019
Logan Stenberg, Kentucky: 138
Karter Shaw, Utah State: 138
Marquel Harrell, Auburn: 113
Kevin Dotson, Louisiana: 105
Ben Knutson, Tulane: 95
Stenberg has been solid in pass protection. Penalties have been the problem though.
One Kentucky classic has to go.— Lexington Herald-Leader (@heraldleader) September 23, 2019
Which do you choose? pic.twitter.com/9djE11IqWc
Non-sports tweet. Which one are you eliminating?
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