The University of Kentucky determined "there were no eligibility issues" after an internal review following a report of potential violations of NCAA regulations in college basketball. "The University of Kentucky immediately reviewed the matter and, based on the available information, determined that there were no eligibility issues or rules violations for any current student-athletes or staff to Friday’s report," the school announced Saturday. "Kentucky will continue to work diligently with both the NCAA and the Southeastern Conference." The names of Kentucky basketball leading scorer Kevin Knox and two former players, Bam Adebayo and Nerlens Noel, surfaced in documents showing potential financial improprieties involving former NBA agent Andy Miller. The documents obtained by Yahoo Sports include financial spreadsheets from Miller's ASM Sports agency. They also detail improper payments — and potential violations of NCAA regulations — involving current and former players at Duke, North Carolina, Michigan State and other schools.
Kentucky finds 'no eligibility issues' after internal review for potential violations
Louisville Courier-Journal | Feb 24