Former Louisville Players Expected to Sue NCAA Over Vacated Wins

Former Louisville basketball players are expected to file a lawsuit against the NCAA, regarding the school being forced to vacate wins. In February, the NCAA upheld ordered the school to vacate its 2013 championship amid an escort scandal. Louisville was ordered to vacate 123 wins in which athletes were ineligible from the 2011–12 through the 2015 academic years. (Sports Illustrated)

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