Probation for Pitt Football and Basketball

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The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions announced a series of violations by the University of Pittsburgh’s men’s basketball and football programs on Thursday, resulting in three-year probation periods for both and a three-year show-cause order for ex-basketball coach Kevin Stallings.

According to ESPN, both programs committed violations by exceeding the number of permissible coaches, and had systems in place to hide the violations from prying eyes.

Stallings wasn’t named specifically in the NCAA report, but was found to have been involved in allowing three staff members to perform coaching duties. 

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