After much waiting, the NCAA responded to Arizona's sanctions on Thursday.
It vacated 19 wins from the 2007-08 season and removing an additional scholarship for violations involving Lute Olson.
The NCAA believes Arizona used two ineligible players in 2007-08 and thus has to vacate those wins.
In addition, it took away a scholarship for 2012 and pushed back a two-year probation period for the program.
"You take very seriously the sanctions the institution self-imposes, then you weigh that against the gravity of the case and you make a decision whether additional penalties should be imposed," said Paul Dee in a statement. "We were pleased that they self-imposed what they did, but we went further."
Arizona responds to sanctions
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