UofL MEN'S BASKETBALL | Cards to Respond to NCAA Notice of Allegations

01/16/2017 06:13 PM

The Louisville men’s basketball program will respond to the NCAA Notice of Allegations prior to the Cards’ deadline, which is set for Tuesday.

Once submitted, the NCAA will have 60 days to review UofL’s arguments.

The NCAA would then have a chance to form its counter-arguments. After this, the case would then go to the NCAA Committee on Infractions.

The Louisville Courier-Journal’s Jeff Greer joined cn|2 Sports on Monday via phone to talk about what today’s news means for the Cardinal program going forward:

Greer also gave cn|2 Sports his thoughts on the then-#14 Cards’ 78-69 victory over then-#7 Duke. on Saturday:

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