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KU Has Spent More Than $3 Million Defending Itself Against ...

With the meter still running, Kansas Athletics has spent more than $3.5 million defending itself against alleged NCAA rules violations in both basketball and football.

Kansas basketball hit with major NCAA violation charges ...

The Kansas basketball program received a notice of allegations from the NCAA on Monday detailing multiple major violations, the University of Kansas confirmed. Kansas is accused of committing ...

NCAA says decisions in all 6 current IARP infractions cases ...

In a news release, the NCAA revealed that decisions in all six cases, including the one tied to the University of Kansas men’s basketball program, are expected in the next 12 months.

NCAA infractions cases for Kansas, Louisville, LSU, Memphis ...

The NCAA alleged five Level I (major) violations against Kansas. Among them was a "head coach responsibility" charge against Bill Self and a charge of "lack of institutional control."

NCAA calls alleged Kansas basketball violations "egregious ...

The NCAA struck back at the University of Kansas and its men's basketball program Thursday, May 7, 2020 calling five Level I violations that are alleged to have occurred “egregious” and ...

Creighton Gets NCAA Punishment, While Kansas Keeps Waiting

The NCAA announced its punishment of Creighton basketball on Tuesday, while the Kansas Jayhawks await any kind of decision from the NCAA related to the same FBI investigation into college basketball. Creighton was implicated in the FBI’s college basketball probe after a former assistant coach ‘accepted a $6,000 payment from a business management company that […]

Recruiting takes hit as KU basketball faces ongoing NCAA ...

The University of Kansas basketball program is facing allegations of NCAA violations and the investigation is affecting the team’s recruiting.

Is Kansas Basketball Closer to Finding Out Its NCAA Fate?

The IARP is investigating several programs related to the FBI probe of college basketball, including Kansas. The IARP’s findings and punishment are considered final and not up for appeal. The changes, as approved by the Division I board on Wednesday are immediate. The IARP can now accept the investigative work of NCAA enforcement staff.