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NCAA Board of Directors requiring self-review of each D-I men’s basketball program

The NCAA has directed all Division I programs to examine their men’s basketball programs for potential rules violations following an FBI probe of the sport, and Kansas Athletics — for one — says it has followed through on the request. The Associated Press reported Monday that it had asked 84 colleges, including all the nation’s power men’s basketball programs, and six top conferences about their response to the FBI investigation and arrests. Of 63 schools that responded, 28 said the FBI’s probe into college basketball recruiting and bribery prompted their own internal reviews, the AP reported.

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