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Louisville responds to NCAA allegations; Also says Kroger can theoretically cheat for Kentucky

The University of Louisville has released its official response to the notice of allegations from the NCAA, and they did so by releasing a 75-page response on its role in the 2017 pay-for-play scandal.

“Last week, the University of Louisville submitted its formal Response to the Notice of Allegations issued by the NCAA to the institution on May 4, 2020. As indicated it might in its previous message on this matter, the University’s Response challenges most of the allegations—which date back to 2016—that it believes are not supported by the facts or by NCAA bylaws. Over the past three years, the University of Louisville initiated multiple and extensive corrective measures in response to the federal indictment which served as the genesis of the NCAA’s case, beyond those of any other university.