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Louisville gets NOA from NCAA; includes a Level I violation

A Level I violation while already on probation is very bad news for the Cards.

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The University of Louisville has officially received a Notice of Allegations (NOA) from the NCAA.

Danielle Lerner of The Athletic reported that the school had received the NOA and that they would be sending out a release and announcing a press conference shortly.

Eric Crawford reports it includes a Level I violation vs. the school, which is already on probation for their other recent scandal.

It was reported last year by Pat Forde and Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports! that a number of schools were expected to get an NOA.

“Those expected to be in the crosshairs and face the most significant penalties include: Louisville, North Carolina State, Kansas, Arizona, LSU, USC, Oklahoma State, South Carolina and Auburn. TCU, Creighton, and Clemson all also had assistant coaches implicated in the scandal and could face sanctions”

While some schools including Kansas, South Carolina, Oklahoma State, and NC State have already received their NOA, Dick Vitale reported back in April when HBO’s “The Scheme” was released that LSU and Arizona were going to be facing penalties as well.

This is going to be a very interesting situation to follow to see just what all the NCAA put in Louisville’s NOA and to see which other schools officially receive an NOA of their own.

We will keep you updated as more information is released.