NCAA allegations Archive

Crean: “We’ve paid a price. Let’s move forward.”

Call it what you want — I’ll call it wishful thinking — but Tom Crean feels the Indiana program has suffered enough and it’s time to move on. Crean says the self-imposed sanctions are sufficient and would be disappointed if ...

Indiana responds to NCAA allegations

Via The Hoosier Scoop, Inside the Hall has obtained IU’s response to the NCAA as well as a statement from Athletic Director Rick Greenspan. Here is the statement from Greenspan: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University has submitted a written response ...

Open thread: Friday the 13th in Seattle

Update #2: The hearings concluded late on Saturday and The Hoosier Scoop has comments from Rick Greenspan, Jerry Meyer and Rob Senderoff’s attorney. The case is now in the hands of the infractions committee and it could be as long ...

Someone’s not telling the truth (hint: he’s pictured)

Another day has passed and more digging into the NCAA case summary is complete. This time, it’s excerpt from an interview with Kelvin Sampson where he denies ever being on a three-way call where he and Rob Senderoff talked simultaneously. ...

Jerry Green: “No way that could’ve been an accident”

Jerry Green, the former director of basketball operations, spoke to the NCAA assistant director of enforcement Mark Neyland back in December as part of the investigation into impermissible phone calls. Green was with Sampson at Oklahoma in 2005-2006 and spent ...

Kelvin Sampson might or might not check caller ID

The most interesting part of my first glance through the NCAA case summary was Kelvin Sampson’s explanation of his practices for checking caller ID. There are a lot of “uh’s” and contradictions. What’s that you say? You’re not surprised? Me ...

NCAA case summary released

The case summary sent by the NCAA enforcement staff to Indiana has been released, thanks to a public records request by our friends over at the H-T/Hoosier Scoop. Here is a link to the document for the time being, but ...

NCAA reduces T-shirt gift to secondary violation

According to various reports, most notably one by The Indianapolis Star, IU has received a case summary from the NCAA enforcement staff detailing the proceedings of their June hearing in Seattle. And in the case summary, there is actually a ...

Is IU guilty of “failure to monitor”?

The Indianapolis Star continues their stellar coverage of Indiana’s upcoming hearing with the NCAA infractions committee this morning with a look at whether or not IU was guilty of “failure to monitor,” which would likely bring a stiffer penalty if ...

Kelvin Sampson responds to NCAA

With IU responding to the NCAA today — and agreeing with all the investigators had to present — Gary Parrish of CBS Sportsline provides Kelvin Sampson’s response to the allegations. Apparently, he wrote a nice little letter to Myles Brand ...