Jason Riley from WDRB has been releasing parts of the report from the UL police in the UL sex scandal that rocked the University of Louisville and their basketball program.
Here are some images provided by Riley and some of his tweets regarding the release of the information. Warning: Not suitable for all ages.
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Mike Hicks and Aaron Newton talk about the Louisville scandal and the FBI probe
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Louisville head coach Rick Pitino responds to a question following an NCAA college basketball team’s intrasquad scrimmage Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)
WDRB.com has released information concerning the latest report from the NCAA on the ongoing investigation into the sex scandal under the watch of Rick Pitino at the University of Louisville.
Here are some key statements from the NCAA in the new release:
- “Put simply,” the NCAA said, “arranging and funding sexual intercourse for a prospective student athlete on an official visit is a severe violation, wholly inconsistent with NCAA principles, whether valued at $80 or $120.”
It seems the NCAA is a bit perturbed about UL using the argument that the prostitutes were “cheap” would make a difference in the ruling from the NCAA. It also seems clear the NCAA isn’t taking the “arranging and funding sexual intercourse for a prospective student athlete” lightly pointing out it’s “a severe violation”.
- The NCAA said that “the factual information in this case does not completely support Pitino’s statements.” The NCAA report contains little information not already made public. But it does include a remark – presumably from a U of L player or former player — that “it was common knowledge among his teammates that the adult entertainment was occurring in Minardi. [Name redacted] reported that whenever a highly sought after prospect was visiting the institution, adult entertainers were in the dormitory.”
The NCAA has put into question nearly every argument made by the University of Louisville and Rick Pitino. The 2013 banner is jeopardy and the door is wide open for severe penalties coming to the University of Louisville from the NCAA. It’s all in the open now.
You can read more at WDRB.com.
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“The Louisville Courier-Journal is reporting, via multiple sources, that the NCAA will send its formal Notice of Allegations to Louisville on Thursday. The NOA is tied to the scandal at Louisville in which a self-proclaimed former escort, Katina Powell, claims multiple former Louisville recruits and players were party to multiple NCAA violations involving money exchange from a former Louisville staffer, in addition to sex and entertainment for U of L athletes.”
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Once again, Rick Pitino is wrong.
In this interview with Terry Meiners, Rick states Kentucky isn’t honoring the 1996 team because of him being at Louisville.
He did get one thing correct when he stated, “The fans certainly don’t care for me there anymore.”
You can’t start at the 11 minute mark to hear his drivel.