July 10th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The first formal salvo has been fired by the NCAA in response to the federal corruption investigation that rocked college basketball. And the target is North Carolina State. On Tuesday, NCAA enforcement delivered a notice of allegations that charges the NC State men’s basketball program and two former coaches with major violations. The school released the notice of allegations publicly Wednesday, after a meeting of the Board of Trustees. Two of the NCAA’s four allegations are Level I violations, the most severe charges at the enforcement staff’s disposal, and thus potentially subject to the most severe sanctions from the Committee on Infractions. The other two allegations are Level II violations. In addition to being a problem for NC State, the charges specifically related to former coach Mark Gottfried — now the head coach at Cal State Northridge — could jeopardize his current standing at that school. Gottfried is charged with violating head coach responsibility legislation, specifically a failure to monitor his program and promote an atmosphere of compliance. – Pat Forde, Pete Thamel and Dan Wetzel, – Read More

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