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Syracuse under wide NCAA investigation

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08:12 AM ET 03.21 | On the way out of the conference, Syracuse may have to answer for actions during its Big East days. NCAA investigators have conducted face-to-face interviews of SU employees or former employees for at least the past school year in a wide-ranging investigation that includes the handling of Fab Melo's academic eligibility and a 2007 alleged sexual assault case involving three players, two named and two unnamed sources told The Post-Standard. CBS Sports, citing an anonymous source, reported Wednesday that the basketball team has been under NCAA investigation for years. That source said the school has received a letter of preliminary inquiry from the NCAA.

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March 21, 2013  08:47 AM ET

Speed 'till you get pulled over. That's how to get ahead in CBB.

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March 21, 2013  09:25 AM ET

We'll see how this plays out. Innocent until proven guilty.

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March 21, 2013  01:32 PM ET

Has the NCAA ever imposed the death penalty on a D-1A school's b'ball program?

March 21, 2013  01:36 PM ET

Who do they think they are, UConn?

March 21, 2013  02:10 PM ET

2007!!! And they are just getting it together now???

March 21, 2013  04:16 PM ET
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2007!!! And they are just getting it together now???

The NCAA isn't known for speed!

March 21, 2013  04:17 PM ET
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Has the NCAA ever imposed the death penalty on a D-1A school's b'ball program?

There's always a first time!!!

March 21, 2013  04:30 PM ET
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anyone thinking inner city blacks as far away as California pick to go to cold dreary boring freezing dull Syracuse NY to play basketball because they like the school are crazy. Show me the money stupid?? watch how this plays out. Jimmy B will bail.

Boom, same exact thing has always been said about Connecticut too. Calhoun was dirty.

March 21, 2013  04:31 PM ET
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We'll see how this plays out. Innocent until proven guilty.

Innocent until proven guilty? From a Duke fan? I can recall a few years back when your entire University condemned a certain team. How did that turn out?

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