Louisville basketball receives NCAA notice of allegations in connection with FBI investigation
Posted May 4, 2020
Louisville has received its notice of allegations from the NCAA stemming from the FBI's investigation into college basketball recruiting in 2017. Louisville is facing one Level I allegation, the most serious in nature, along with three Level II allegations. The Level I allegation stems from the improper recruiting benefits offered to former Louisville signee Brian Bowen II.
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