NC STATE

July 11th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
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N.C. State has received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA, citing two alleged major violations connected to former basketball coach Mark Gottfried and former assistant coach Orlando Early. Some commonly asked questions: Q: What are the major violations? A: There were two alleged Level I violations. Former Wolfpack assistant coach Orlando Early was alleged to be involved in a $40,000 payment during the recruitment of point guard Dennis Smith Jr. and to providing more than $6,600 in impermissible benefits to Smith’s family and associates with excessive complimentary tickets. Former head coach Mark Gottfried was cited for a failure to monitor Early and failure to monitor the distribution of the complimentary tickets. Q: How long will it take to resolve the case? A: Best guess: several months. N.C. State has 90 days to respond to the allegations. The NCAA then could take up to 60 days to respond to N.C. State, and within three to six months could come the meeting with the NCAA Committee on Infractions. – CHIP ALEXANDER, heraldsun – Read More

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