Louisville appeal calls NCAA ruling ‘draconian’, ‘unjust’, ‘grossly disproportionate’
Fri Aug 11, 2017
In appeal paperwork filed with the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions, Louisville called the sanctions handed down earlier this summer “draconian”, “unjust” and “grossly disproportionate”. The NCAA ruled that Rick Pitino was to be suspended for five games and the Cardinals would have to forfeit every game in which a retroactively ineligible player participated.
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