NCAA Upholds Louisville Penalties, School Must Vacate 2013 Title
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have rejected the University of Louisville's appeal of sanctions against their men's basketball program, and that the Cardinals must vacate the 2013 National Championship.
The violations include allegations that a former assistant coach provided adult entertainment for players and recruits during the years 2010-14.
The university was put on four years probation by the NCAA back in June of 2017. They now must vacate all victories from December of 2010 through the 2013-14 season. That includes the national title the school won in 2013 by defeating Michigan in the title game in Atlanta.