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Kansas Basketball on Probation Following Investigation


The Kansas Jayhawks will be on probation moving forward, but will not face any postseason ban or serious punishment following an NCAA investigation.


The probation will last for three calendar years, and the program will have to vacate the the 2018 Final Four appearance, as well as 15 total wins from that season, due to the participation of Silvio de Sousa. Head coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend will not face suspension.


The Independent Resolution Panel conducted the investigation, and found two Level II violations and two Level III violations for the school. The program was originally accused of five Level I violations.


The vacated wins means that the Kentucky Wildcats pass the Jayhawks for the all-time winningest program in college basketball history. KU is widely expected to open the season as the No. 1 team in the nation.

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