The University of Missouri-Columbia is set to reveal the findings of seven and a half month investigation by the NCAA into Mizzou’s basketball program. While nothing is certain, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Kansas City Star and others report that Quin Snyder’s program is only accused of one major violation. The NCAA says Assistant Coach Tony Harvey gave a sum of money less than $300 to former player Ricky Clemons. Harvey denies the charge. The other infractions, if sources are correct, are minor and MU isn’t expected to receive a post season or TV ban. Their punishment could come in the form of a loss of scholarships and recruiting restrictions. The university has 90 days to respond to the NCAA’s allegations. The Post-Dispatch reports that they will challenge the allegation against Harvey. The NCAA will hand down out its punishment after challenges are heard.
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