NCAA reiterates violation under Miles’ supervision

NCAA says infractions that took place during Miles' supervision were not serious, but" troublesome."

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May 11, 2020 - 9:33 AM

Kansas head coach Les Miles talks to a referee during action against Kansas State on November 2, 2019, at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kan. Photo by Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/TNS

Though the NCAA described the presence of Kansas football coach Les Miles when alleged impermissible coaching infractions took place as “troublesome,” it stood firm on the assertion that Miles’ program only should receive a single, lowest-severity Level III charge for those transgressions.

The NCAA, in its response to KU Athletics on Thursday, also reaffirmed its stance that a pair of alleged Level II violations under former coach David Beaty were properly classified while saying there were only scant similarities in the actions that occurred under Beaty and Miles.

The portion discussing KU football’s three alleged football violations was relatively brief; just 19 of 92 pages went over the NCAA’s stance as it related to the football team’s transgressions.

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