The University of Kansas is disputing all allegations of wrongdoing by its men’s basketball program that have been levied by the NCAA, the school said in its reply to the NCAA on Thursday.
The NCAA served Kansas with a notice of allegations in September stemming from the college basketball bribery scandal that led to the criminal prosecution of several former Adidas employees and consultants. The notice included five Level I violations, the most serious under NCAA rules.
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Among the most serious charges were lack of institutional control by the school and head coach responsibility violations by Jayhawks coach Bill Self.
The football program was cited for Level II violations.
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