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Rick Pitino, Louisville rebut NCAA findings in escort scandal

Louisville has informed the NCAA the school disputes allegations Rick Pitino violated his head coach responsibilities by failing to monitor staffer Andre McGee’s activities that resulted in a sex scandal and subsequent investigation. The school Wednesday released its responses submitted last week following the NCAA’s findings that included four violations by the basketball program and criticism of Pitino. An escort has said McGee hired her and others for sex parties with recruits and players.

Guice, LSU defense overwhelm Louisville in Citrus Bowl

Derrius Guice ran for 138 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown, and caught a scoring pass to help No. 19 LSU Tigers to a 29-9 victory over No. 15 Louisville in Saturday’s Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl.

No. 7 Louisville outlasts Duke in ACC play

Lamar Jackson provided a cushion with a 2-yard touchdown run with 1 minute, 32 seconds remaining and No. 7 Louisville held off Duke 24-14 on Friday night.

Watson TDs lift No. 5 Clemson to 42-36 win over Louisville

Deshaun Watson threw for five touchdowns, including two in the final seven minutes, as No. 5 Clemson rallied for a 42-36 victory over No. 3 Louisville after the Tigers lost an 18-point lead to Lamar Jackson and the high-flying Cardinals on Saturday night.

Lamar Jackson leads No. 13 Louisville past Syracuse

Lamar Jackson continued his early season onslaught, throwing a long touchdown pass and running for four more scores to help No. 13 Louisville rout Syracuse 62-28 on Friday night in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.

Column: Final Four matchup as much about scandals as baskets

Coming to Houston this week with hopes of another national championship is North Carolina, a school embroiled in one of the biggest NCAA academic scandals ever for enrolling athletes in sham classes and having tutors write their papers to keep them eligible.