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The Louisville Cardinals are at the center of another NCAA investigation, this time for corruption. The program was already on probation for a sex scandal involving escorts last year. This second violation while on probation is inexcusable, and the NCAA should ban the Cardinals from competing in basketball for at least one year. However, this could have been the work of rogue forces. What do you think?

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The University of Louisville is already on probation for a sex scandal involving escorts and students since earlier this year. These allegations could not have come at a worse time for the program. If Louisville is found guilty of this corruption scandal, that would be two major violations in five years, making the school eligible for the death penalty, a punishment where the basketball program would be banned from competing. 

Head coach Rick Pitino can claim he didn't know about the program allegedly paying $100,000 to secure the commitment of Brian Bowen, but everyone knows you can't be this ignorant this many times. The death penalty is coming. 

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Death penalty? Please. For all anyone knows, this corruption scandal could've been orchestrated and executed by Adidas and only Adidas. Louisville is an Adidas-sponsored school, and the company would benefit from having a high-profile prospect rocking its gear. Adidas doesn't need Louisville to know anything about it. The company could just go to the student-athlete directly.

Louisville could be totally ignorant of this situation, and these allegations are just allegations. The truth will reveal the program didn't know anything about this. The Cardinals might be punished for being associated with Adidas, but no death penalty is coming.

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Should Louisville basketball get the death penalty?
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