“Per NCAA rules and procedures, LSU is unable to comment on any aspect of the ongoing case,” LSU athletics spokesperson Cody Worsham said. “We will continue to cooperate fully with the IARP as we work together toward a resolution.”
Also of note is the amended employment contract (linked) which gives LSU the right to sack Will Wade if he is charged with Level I or Level II violations by the NCAA, or is found to have committed any such violations, or is indicted in any federal or state criminal proceedings.
At some point someone will get a copy of the NCAA notice of allegations through a open records request. That’s when it gets interesting.