The NCAA’s enforcement staff has charged the University of Kansas with lack of institutional control and Jayhawks basketball coach Bill Self with head coach responsibility violations…Those are among the most serious charges levied against Kansas and Self in an NCAA notice of allegations the university received Monday. The Jayhawks are charged with five Level I violations, the most serious under NCAA rules, as well as two Level II violations related to the school’s football program under former coach David Beaty.
The federal prosecutions of key figures in college basketball have provided the NCAA with sworn testimony and crucial insights that the NCAA can use to accuse schools. NC State discovered that in July. Kansas is finding that out now. Other schools will find out later. More here: https://t.co/DcUgcGgPnS— Michael McCann (@McCannSportsLaw) September 24, 2019