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NCAA Committee hears case against UH men’s basketball

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The NCAA Committee on Infractions spent approximately eight hours hearing the case against the University of Hawaii men’s basketball program today.

But it could be January before UH knows the results, including whether it will be subject to a postseason ban.

The hearing into allegations of violations of seven NCAA rules against UH and its ex-coach, Gib Arnold, was held before a seven-member panel presided over by Greg Christopher, Bowling Green University athletic director, in a Dallas hotel.

The NCAA had held open the possibility of a Friday session but that was not necessary.

UH said “a ruling is not anticipated for several months.”

People familiar with the committee’s operations said, due to the holidays, a decision might not be announced until January.

UH, which self-imposed several penalties including a $10,000 fine, scholarship reductions and practice hours, has been hoping to avoid a post-season ban.

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