Mit Winter is Featured In Articles Discussing The University of Kansas’s Alleged NCAA Violations
There have been ongoing discussions about the NCAA allegations towards the University of Kansas relating to the recruitment of men’s basketball players. The University recently submitted it’s response to the allegations. Our own sports attorney Mit Winter is featured discussing the timeline of this case in a Lawrence Journal World article.
“Mit Winter, a Kansas City-based sports law attorney, said it’s reasonable to expect the case to be wrapped up sometime in the summer or early fall.”
Follow link for more info on allegations against KU: http://www2.kusports.com/news/2020/mar/05/response-ncaa-ku-argues-evidence-does-not-support-/
In an additional article, Winter is mentioned several times, regarding KU’s appeal and potential outcomes.
“But that bylaw hasn’t yet been put to use to justify actual sanctions against programs accused of facilitating payments to players during the recruitment process. Winter said it’s smart for the schools to argue that the NCAA Committee on Infractions — which issues punishments — shouldn’t place much consideration on evidence from the criminal trial.”
To read the article in full: http://www2.kusports.com/news/2020/mar/05/if-appeal-fails-ku-could-be-facing-postseason-ban-/
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