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University of Louisville: Program's 2013 basketball title is at risk by NCAA sanctions

For all the Katina Powell scandal has cost the University of Louisville, Thursday brought sanctions and more heartache from the NCAA, which aims to take the school's 2013 men's basketball championship banner too. U of L consultant Chuck Smrt said the NCAA’s decision to force the Cardinals to vacate records from December 2010 through July 2014 could erase 108 regular-season and 15 NCAA Tournament wins. (Louisville Courier-Journal)


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