The University of Louisville on Monday released a redacted version of the NCAA’s recent response to the school’s response to the governing body’s notice of allegations in the 2017 pay-for-play scandal that rocked college basketball.
The University of Louisville has received a notice of inquiry from the NCAA, relating to its alleged involvement in the FBI's far-reaching bribery and corruption investigation that rocked college basketball in September 2017.
T.J. Gassnola, a coach and consultant for apparel giant Adidas, and a man described by college basketball writer Dan Wetzel as a “bag man,” testified that the disgraced UofL basketball coach didn’t know about any payments to Brian Bowen Sr.
Jury selection begins next week in the FBI’s case against Adidas for the apparel giant’s alleged involvement in a pay-to-play scheme involving several universities, including the University of Louisville.
Former UofL basketball coach Rick Pitino's lawsuit against Adidas was dismissed Tuesday, after a judge sided with the company's assertion that the matter first needed to go to arbitration outside of the court.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) The former UofL recruit named in the F-B-I investigation of the school's basketball program, Brian Bowen spoke for the very first time to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Bowen has been caught in the middle of everything going on at UofL that ultimately led to the firings of head coach, Rick Pitino and Athletics Director, Tom Jurich. While on the ESPN show, "Outside the Lines" on Thursday, Bowen contended that he didn't know anything about a $100,000 ...