LSU infractions case with NCAA to be resolved through independent investigators
A request for referral of the infractions case involving LSU to the Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP) was granted by the Infractions Referral Committee. Consistent with rules and procedures governing the process, details about the matter will remain confidential until the Independent Resolution Panel releases its decision.
NCAA VP of Hearing Operations Naima Stevenson Starks discusses the difference between peer review and the IARP. pic.twitter.com/eQj4bcBmJJ
— Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) September 23, 2020
The Independent Accountability Resolution Process is comprised of independent investigators, advocates and adjudicators who are responsible for reviewing select infractions cases in Division I. The IARP was created in response to recommendations issued by the Commission on College Basketball. For more information about the IARP please visit www.iarpcc.org.
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