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4.971 documents for violations in basketball
  • HARTFORD, Conn. - The University of Connecticut has admitted its men's basketball program committed major NCAA recruiting violations and has imposed its own sanctions, including two years' probation and a loss of one scholarship for the next two seasons. But the university says the evidence does not support the NCAA allegation that coach Jim Calhoun - who has won two national titles with the Huskies - failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance.

  • ORLANDO, Fla. - Central Florida's athletic director and a football assistant resigned Wednesday after the school was hit with more NCAA violations, this time for involvement with runners for sports agents and cash payments and gifts to recruits. Athletic director Keith Tribble and assistant football coach David Kelly stepped down after the NCAA cited UCF - which is currently on probation for previous violations - for unethical conduct amid allegations of recruiting violations in its football and basketball programs.

  • NCAA PROBE UConn admits violations in basketball program, C1 NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

  • The NCAA is likely to impose additional sanctions against Iowa State and current and former coaches involved in major violations, two experts said Thursday. The penalties could include recruiting restrictions and a possible suspension for men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg. Hoiberg could face a one- to three-game suspension next season under an NCAA push to hold head coaches responsible for violations in their programs, said John Infante, former compliance director at Colorado State, who writes a popular blog about NCAA rules. He said the university also faced a possibility of losing a small number of scholarships in men's basketball and football for the violations involving improper phone calls to recruits detailed in a 590-page report Wednesday.

  • For more than four months, the University of Memphis, athletic director R.C. Johnson and former basketball coach John Calipari successfully kept secret a report alleging NCAA violations in the basketball program during the 2007-08 season. And they apparently had no plans to tell anyone before facing the NCAA's committee on infractions June 6 in Indianapolis.

  • Central Florida receives NCAA letter of inquiry ORLANDO, Fla. - University of Central Florida President John Hitt pledged to fully cooperate with NCAA investigators after receiving a letter of inquiry about possible violations in the football and basketball programs.

  • ORLANDO, Fla. - Former Marshall men's basketball Coach Donnie Jones was among those disciplined Wednesday at Central Florida as the Knights' athletic program was hit with new allegations of NCAA violations. UCF Athletic Director Keith Tribble resigned amid allegations of recruiting violations in the school's football and basketball programs.

  • I was thinking: Get a load of what Tennessee monarch Pat Summitt thinks are egregious violations in women's basketball. I was waiting to hear that Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird were tooling around campus as underclassmen in brand new Mustang GT convertibles, courtesy of the Geno Fund. Or that Maya Moore's offshore bank account suddenly spiked 10 Gs. Now, those are real violations, manly violations, which are worth causing a Holy War over in the fight for supremacy of women's college basketball. Instead, what we get is that former UConn stars, who are allowed to practice with the team "occasionally," -- as nebulous as that may be -- have been practicing "frequently." So because of semantics, Summitt canceled the one women's rivalry that everyone is interested in -- including crossover viewe...

  • Under the new N.B.A. labor deal, teams will get the chance to waive one player and remove his contract from the salary cap - creating room to sign another player or avoid luxury-tax penalties. In the National Basketball Association, where bad contracts are more common than lane violations, every team executive dreams of a way to expunge his mistakes.

  • MEN'S COLLEGE SPORTS UCONN ADMITS VIOLATIONS IN MEN'S BASKETBALL: The University of Connecticut has admitted its men's basketball program committed major NCAA recruiting violations and has imposed its own sanctions, including two years' probation and a loss of one scholarship for the next two seasons. But the university says the evidence does not support the NCAA allegation that coach Jim Calhoun -- who has won two national titles with the Huskies -- failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance.

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