The University of Louisville has received a verbal notice of inquiry from the NCAA.
The inquiry is related to the FBI’s investigation into college basketball corruption.
Louisville was mentioned throughout the case concerning recruit Brian Bowen. There were allegations of cash payments and text messages from coach’s used as evidence.
The difference in the NCAA’s inquiry for Louisville compared to other schools will be the fact that Louisville was only nine days into probation from the Katina Powell scandal.
School Spokesman John Karman said, “We received verbal notice of inquiry from the NCAA on March 8th. There are no other details I can provide at this time.
What’s probation mean if you’re still breaking the rules while on it? Will the NCAA have to set an example?
First reported by The Athletic