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Louisville basketball stripped of 2013 national championship title
The NCAA upheld a June ruling to strip the University of Louisville men’s basketball program of 123 wins from 2012 through 2015, including two Final Four appearances, after finding that coaches arranged prostitutes and strippers for players and recruits.
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