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UofL Releases Statement Following Meeting With NCAA Committee On Infractions

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The University of Louisville met with the NCAA’s committee on infractions on Thursday in Cincinnati. The hearing lasted nearly eleven hours in Westin Hotel’s Presidential Ballroom III.

Although this is the first step in the final step regarding the NCAA’s case against the UofL men’s basketball program, no resolutions were expected to come today. Following the hearing UofL athletic director Tom Jurich said he expects an NCAA decision in approximately six to eight weeks.

UofL released this statement on Thursday evening.

A group of officials from the University of Louisville met with the NCAA Committee on Infractions on Thursday concerning inappropriate behavior that took place in Billy Minardi Hall several years ago. The following is a statement from UofL Interim President Dr. Greg Postel following the hearing:

“We anticipated and received a full and fair review of the facts in the case today by the Committee on Infractions. We had the opportunity to present the information as we wished. It is anticipated that the Committee on Infractions will inform the institution on the specific findings and penalties in approximately six to eight weeks. We look forward to the final resolution of this matter.”

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