Skip to main content

Reports: Mizzou Basketball To Vacate Entire 2013-14 Season Amidst "Major NCAA Violations"

After the 2013-14 basketball season, people wondered why Missouri head coach Frank Haith would leave the position for a job at Tulsa. Now we may have an idea. According to a reports, Missouri is set to vacate the entire 2013-14 season, and will forfeit post-season play this year after significant violations were found within the program.

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

">January 13, 2016

Frank Haith, whose 2013-14 Missouri team went 24-12 en route to an NIT berth, has a history with the NCAA. While the head coach at Miami, he was involved in the Nevin Shapiro scandal, which led to a five-game NCAA ban to start 2013-14. Logic dictates that he may be hit hard when the NCAA releases its findings on this case.