Louisville won't face significant punishment following the conclusion of the NCAA's five-year investigation into alleged recruiting violations.
The Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP) announced its findings on Thursday, courtesy of Matt Norlander of CBS Sports. Former head coaches Rick Pitino and Chris Mack also avoided major penalties stemming from the probe. Pitino, who was let go in October 2017, is now at Iona, while Mack hasn't taken up another job since being fired in January.
The Cardinals didn't escape discipline entirely. Louisville received a $5,000 fine, a seven-day reduction in recruiting days, and a two-week ban of unofficial visits and recruitment communications, all for the 2022-23 season.