Upon Further Review: NCAA Sends University of Hawaii Basketball Case Back to Committee on Infractions

On October 28, 2016, an internal NCAA appellate board said that the Division I Committee on Infractions should reconsider sanctions imposed on the University of Hawaii’s men’s basketball program. The Division I Infractions Appeals Committee found there was insufficient evidence showing that the university permitted men’s basketball coach Gib Arnold to act unethically, finding “there needs to be a connection between the behavior of the coach and the university.”

In 2015, the NCAA’s Division I Committee on Infractions found that Arnold violated NCAA rules concerning …

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