Katina Powell, the woman who shook the University of Louisville with a sex scandal, said she’s sorry to the players.Powell's confessions and her book exposed the sex, parties and payments surrounding the University of Louisville’s basketball team.
In a statement from the office of President James Ramsey, the university said it "takes its responsibility for NCAA compliance seriously, and has cooperated with the NCAA in an effort to close this difficult chapter as soon as possible consistent with NCAA enforcement procedures."
The University of Louisville violated the state's open records law by failing to provide records related to a ban on the men's basketball team's post-season play, the Attorney General's Office determined on Thursday.
After some short reflection... I have spent the better part of the weekend rolling the decision by the University of Louisville to self-impose a postseason ban for this men's basketball team around in my mind, and I must tell you, I think it's a terrible decision, more so now than when it first came out.
An ex-University of Louisville men's basketball recruit confirmed to an NCAA investigator this week that the basis of allegations being made in a new book involving paid escorts are true, according to a CBS Sports report.