NCAA Assesses Penalties To Ex-Pitt Basketball Coach Kevin Stallings, Football Coach Pat Narduzzi

The NCAA announced level II coaching violations committed by Pitt's men's basketball and football programs on Thursday, including giving a three-year show cause to former Panthers men's basketball coach Kevin Stallings. The violations within the Panthers' football program include head coach Pat Narduzzi associated with impermissible coaching activities. (Sports Illustrated)


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