Louisville must pay a fine and the men's basketball team will be forced to vacate all of its wins from the 2011-15 academic years in which ineligible student-athletes played in games. A ruling from the NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee (h/t NCAA.org's Emily James) on Tuesday determined Louisville's punishment, which also includes paying back money the school received from appearing in the NCAA tournament each year from 2012-15. The NCAA infractions committee previously ruled former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino failed to properly monitor the actions of Andre McGee, who arranged for stripteases and sex acts for potential recruits as an assistant on the coaching staff.
Louisville Basketball Must Vacate Wins, Pay Fine After Eligibility Infractions
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