Basketball and Football Investigation: NCAA Opens Examination Concerning Kansas’ Men’s Basketball, Football Programs

The NCAA is right now examining the Kansas Jayhawks’ men’s b-ball and football programs, CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd written about Thursday.

As per Dodd, previous Jayhawks football mentor David Beaty was interviewed by the NCAA on Feb. 27 as a major aspect of a continuous examination in regards to “possible wrongdoing by a former assistant coach.”

Beaty sued the school this week asserting Kansas retained $3 million owed to him following his November terminating. As per an announcement released by the Jayhawks, the school found that one of Beaty’s aides may have violated NCAA rules.

The university is additionally presently under scrutiny as part of the FBI’s test into college b-ball. A month ago, Dodd announced that Kansas authorities were “concerned” that the NCAA’s investigate the qualification of Silvio De Sousa could result in infractions. Mentor Bill Self was not met for the De Sousa restoration.

The two examinations at Kansas are accepted to be in the beginning periods. It isn’t as of now known whether Kansas has gotten a Notice of Allegations for either sport.