In the long history of NCAA enforcement – the first case dates back to 1953 – there's never been a paragraph written like the one released Thursday from its case against the University of Louisville men's basketball program. “[An assistant coach] provided impermissible inducements, offers and/or extra benefits in the form of adult entertainment, sex acts and/or cash at Billy Minardi Hall, a campus dormitory, or Louisville, Kentucky, hotels to at least 17 then men's basketball prospective and/or current student-athletes, two then non-scholastic men's basketball coaches and one then men's basketball prospective student-athlete's friend.