Vols to NCAA: Pruitt, staff 'deceived' monitors

Vols to NCAA: Pruitt, staff 'deceived' monitors

Nov 24, 2022 by ESPN

Key Facts

  • "The University respectfully submits that it is unrealistic to expect an institution to prevent, or immediately detect, the intentional and concealed misconduct that occurred in this case," Tennessee wrote in the 108-page response dated Monday and obtained first by Knox News on Thursday.
  • The NCAA notified Tennessee in July of the most-serious Level 1 violations for allegations of providing impermissible cash, gifts and benefits worth about $60,000 to football recruits and their families under Pruitt.
  • The university argued in is response that it "demonstrated its unparalleled commitment to integrity" led by chancellor Donde Plowman in investigating and holding everyone accountable while protecting athletes from suffering the consequences.
  • The university argued that Tennessee's infractions case will go before the Division I Committee on Infractions at a time of significant transformation in how college athletics and infractions are handled.

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