The New NCAA Independent Accountability Resolution Process for Infractions Cases: An Overview
September 27, 2017 was a pivotal date for college athletics. The FBI made several arrests - including of four Division I assistant basketball coaches -- as part of a federal corruption investigation that focused on coaches being bribed to steer NBA-bound college basketball players toward certain sports agents, financial advisers and apparel companies. That scandal caused the NCAA to appoint a commission, the Commission on College Basketball, chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, to review the situation and make recommendations that would lead to "decisive action."
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