Louisville unveils more self-imposed sanctions
Patrick McDermott

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Louisville already self-imposed a postseason ban for 2016, but that wasn’t enough it seems as the school has announced more sanctions against itself.

The Cardinals will lose one official visit each of the next two seasons and be docked a scholarship in 2017-18 and 2018-19. There will also be limitations to how long UL coaches can be on the road recruiting.

Louisville finished 23-8 in 2015-16 and will likely be one of the top programs in the country in 2016-17. Even without Damion Lee and Trey Lewis coming back this team should have enough talent and chemistry to play well in the ACC and get to a postseason tournament.

[h/t CollegeSpun]

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