Ahead of SEC tournament, LSU basketball made aware of NCAA violations
BATON ROUGE - The LSU men's basketball team, along with head coach Will Wade, could face strong penalties after the team received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA Tuesday.
The allegations stem from an investigation into Wade's recruiting practices in 2017.
A school official said the team and Wade will not comment on the notice.
The LSU Basketball team leaves Tuesday to play in the SEC tournament as a 5 seed Thursday afternoon.
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