By Allie Jensen, Marketing –
There are many rules and regulations for being an elite athlete in college, and the NCAA doesn’t take these rules lightly. Recently, an investigation opened regarding Texas Tech basketball and what the future holds for them in the NCAA.
The investigation has questioned coaches and players over allegations made against former team members and the current head coach. Assistant coach Darryl LaBarrie lied to investigators and even encouraged players to lie on his behalf as well. He was given money to participate at a strip club. Additionally, a player was compensating other basketball players for visits, which are strictly against the NCAA rules.
Claims by Texas Tech athletes were made that they didn’t have anything to do with the previous allegations against them. Furthermore, the team refused to tell the truth about the financial lies that had been told. The lies that were told in this case will cause a postseason ban for the current year and probation for the next five years for Texas Tech basketball.
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