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University of Louisville officials met behind closed doors Wednesday with the NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee in Atlanta.

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            Adolph Rupp, nicknamed "Baron of the Bluegrass," served as head basketball coach for the University of Kentucky for 41 years. MSU professor of history, Dr. Duane Bolin, visits Sounds Good to discuss his upcoming biography of Rupp, which details his successful -- and sometimes scandalous -- life. 

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association declared two Murray State student-athletes ineligible to play.

In the wake of a series of sexual assault allegations, college athletes, coaches and athletics administrators at NCAA member schools must now complete annual sexual violence prevention education.

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The NCAA Committee on Infractions has released its report on the sex scandal involving the University of Louisville men’s basketball program.

At U of L, Losing Accreditation Would Mean Major Peril

Dec 12, 2016
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If the University of Louisville lost its accreditation, it would likely shut down — or at least cease to exist as you know it.

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University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino says he believes his program won’t face any additional sanctions when the NCAA completes its investigation of rules violations.

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The Murray State Rifle Team competes for a third national championship title Friday. The 2016 NCAA Rifle National Championship is this weekend in Akron, Ohio. 

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Three McCracken County High School seniors officially signed to play football at the University of Kentucky. Wells Purdom, Jake Moreland and Zyaire Hughes will join the Wildcats next academic year. The UK football team is in the Eastern Division of the NCAA’s Southeastern Conference.

President Barack Obama didn't exactly go out on a limb with his college-basketball picks this year.

Like most people, he picked Kentucky to run the table, go 40-0, and win the NCAA Tournament. He also picked three No. 1 seeds and one No. 2 to make it to the Final Four.

"I don't think you can play a perfect basketball game anymore than you can do anything perfectly," the president said of Kentucky, "but these guys are coming pretty close."

The president did mix in a little politics.

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