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8dMark Schlabach

Source: NCAA clear to probe hoops trial evidence

The NCAA has received federal approval to move forward with an investigation into alleged rules violations that came to light during last month's trial involving college basketball corruption, ESPN has learned.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

The Arizona Board of Regents has called a special meeting in Phoenix on Thursday "for legal advice and discussion" regarding the University of Arizona men's basketball program. University of Arizona president Robert C. Robbins is expected to address the board, according to a spokeswoman.

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18dMark Schlabach and Paula Lavigne

Calls link Sean Miller, others to recruit's handler

An Outside the Lines analysis of cellphone records from a man convicted in a collegiate pay-for-play scheme shows calls made to and from numbers associated with college basketball coaches, including Arizona's Sean Miller and Creighton's Greg McDermott.

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21dMark Schlabach and Paula Lavigne

FBI wiretaps from NCAA hoops trial revealed

Listen to federal wiretaps obtained by Outside the Lines that detail schemes that landed felony convictions this week in the FBI's college basketball corruption case.

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21d

Lawyer: Verdict shows Pitino unaware of scheme

The lawyer for former Louisville coach Rick Pitino says the convictions in a federal trial alleging corruption in college basketball supports his client's assertion he was unaware of a scheme to bribe the family of a Cardinals recruit.

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21dMyron Medcalf

Louisville, Adidas partner on leadership program

The University of Louisville will partner with Adidas on a program "focused on building ethical leadership in college athletics," the school said Wednesday. Additional details will be announced Thursday.

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22dMark Schlabach

Guilty verdicts in college hoops pay-for-play trial

Former Adidas exec James Gatto, Merl Code and Christian Dawkins were found guilty in a pay-for-play scheme involving high-profile basketball recruits of Kansas, Louisville and NC State.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Jurors are continuing their deliberations in a federal criminal trial in New York involving pay-for-play schemes to send money from Adidas to the families of recruits at Kansas, Louisville and NC State. The jury has agreed to work until 8:30 pm ET Tuesday, if needed. They'll be back Wednesday if a verdict isn't reached.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

A jury started its deliberations on Monday in a federal criminal trial involving pay-for-play schemes in college basketball. Adidas employee James Gatto, former Adidas consultant Merl Code and Christian Dawkins, a former runner for NBA agent Andy Miller, are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and wire fraud for paying the families of recruits to attend Kansas, Louisville and NC State

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Adidas consultant TJ Gassnola, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and testified during this month's federal criminal case concerning corruption in college basketball, will be sentenced on Feb. 1. Gassnola is accused of helping facilitate $90,000 to former Kansas player Billy Preston's mother, $20,000 to current Jayhawks player Silvio De Sousa's guardian and $40,000 to former NC State player Dennis Smith Jr.'s father.

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28dMark Schlabach

Attorney: Adidas OK'd payment at Self's request

An attorney for Adidas executive James Gatto said Gatto approved a $20K payment to the guardian of Kansas player Silvio De Sousa only after coach Bill Self requested it.

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36dJeff Borzello

Ex-Adidas consultant says he paid Ayton's family

Ex-Adidas consultant T.J. Gassnola testified he made payments to the families of Deandre Ayton, Silvio De Sousa, Dennis Smith Jr., Brian Bowen Jr. and Billy Preston.

Bowen Sr. testifies about $1,300 payment from Louisville (2:17)
The Bowen Family
37dPaula Lavigne and Jeff Borzello

Bowen Sr.: Ex-Louisville coach paid him $1,300

Text messages between former Louisville assistant coach Kenny Johnson and Brian Bowen Sr., introduced in court Tuesday, show the two planning to meet up in August 2017 in an exchange Bowen said resulted in a direct $1,300 payment.

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42dMark Schlabach and Jeff Borzello

Bowen details college cash offers for son's play

Brian Bowen Sr., during testimony in a federal trial involving corruption in college basketball, rattled off cash offers made to him by universities coveting his son.

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44dMark Schlabach and Jeff Borzello

Attorneys: Ex-Adidas exec didn't break laws

Attorneys for James Gatto argued that the ex-Adidas executive was helping the universities determined to be the victims of fraud -- not hurting them, as the government argues.

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45dMark Schlabach

Jury selection begins in college hoops scandal

Almost a year after the first arrests were made in the FBI's investigation into college basketball corruption, jury selection has begun for the first trial.

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Rebounds Per Game38.0Tied-174th
Assists Per Game12.5Tied-238th
Points Allowed63.0Tied-63rd

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Final Fours10
Tournament Record76-43
Championship Seasons1980, 1986, 2013
Tournament Appearances42