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NCAA reportedly prepares to notify “at least six” basketball programs of violations

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Hate to see it!

Per CBS Sports, at least six college basketball programs will be notified of major NCAA violations this summer.

Now, we can play the guessing game!

Which programs are going to (apparently) be hit with Level-1 violations?

Level I violations are considered the most serious by the NCAA. They carry the strongest punishments that can include scholarship reductions, postseason bans and show-cause orders against coaches.

There are plenty of schools to choose from, but the CBS Sports article surely appears to be throwing some specific darts at the wall in the schools it chooses to name and those it does not:

It has previously been reported that at least Kansas, Arizona and Louisville had been under NCAA investigation.

At least 20 schools were mentioned during the course of the FBI’s investigation. Among others were Oklahoma State, USC, Auburn and LSU. Wilcox said only those schools involved in eligibility issues would be impacted.

Enhance.

It has previously been reported that at least Kansas, Arizona and Louisville had been under NCAA investigation.

Enhance.

Kansas

Hate to see it!

Top hoops target visits Mizzou

Ryan Kalkbrenner has seen his stock skyrocket over the past two months, and the 2020 7-footer from St. Louis, Mo., reportedly took an unofficial visit to Missouri on Tuesday, per AJ Blankenship of PowerMizzou.com.

Kalkbrenner also recently jumped to No. 68 overall in the 2020 class, per Rivals. He followed up his Missouri visit — again, reportedly an unofficial — with an official visit to Creighton on Wednesday, per the Omaha World-Herald.

If you need a refresher about why Missouri is so hot and heavy with Kalkbrenner, read this excellent feature on the 2020 center by our own Matt Harris.


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