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March 14th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
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Kansas’ football and men’s basketball programs are currently being investigated by the NCAA, sources told CBS Sports. A source working with the attorney for former Jayhawks football coach David Beaty told CBS Sports that Beaty was interviewed by the NCAA on Feb. 27 as part of an ongoing inquiry regarding possible wrongdoing by a former assistant coach. Kansas was already under NCAA scrutiny as part of the FBI investigation into college basketball. CBS Sports reported last month that Kansas officials were concerned an NCAA infractions case was being developed as a result of the Silvio De Sousa reinstatement case.  An NCAA enforcement official is known to have been on campus conducting an inquiry into basketball. Coach Bill Self was not interviewed for the De Sousa reinstatement, but experts tell CBS Sports that isn’t out of the ordinary if the NCAA is also conducting a formal infractions inquiry.  – Dennis Dodd, cbssports – Read More

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