The NCAA has reduced its initial year-long suspension of Myck Kabongo for accepting impermissible benefits and giving misleading information to investigators. Kabongo will now have to sit out a total of 23 games and repay $475 to a charity of his choice. The 23-game suspension includes the 11 games that Kabongo has already sat out this season. The Longhorns’ guard will be eligible to return to the court when Texas plays Iowa State on February 13th. Stay tuned.
Does the NCAA have any sort of regimented or stratified way of deciding punishments? I feel like they just sorta guess. #kabongo
— James Shaver (@jshaver4112) December 22, 2012
Kabongo will be back in 12 games. #hookemhorns
— Christopher Cilley (@ccilley4) December 22, 2012