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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296702

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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296704

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did not realize Creighton was impacted by this.

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NCJohnnie wrote: did not realize Creighton was impacted by this.

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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296707

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Meanwhile the headliners, Louisiville, Arizona, LSU, continue to rake in top recruits. Go figure.

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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296725

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"For the 10 charged men, the madness of college basketball went well beyond the Big Dance in March," Joon H. Kim, acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, said a year ago at a news conference.

The cheesiest things I've ever had to edit for work were press releases that came from a district attorney/U.S. attorney, and I see that things haven't changed.
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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296786

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Per Dan Wetzel
During opening statement this morning, Jim Gattto's atty promised evidence would show Oregon offered "an atronomical amount of money" to recruit Brian Bowen to play for the Ducks. The $100,000 deal to attend Louisville was to "level the playing field."

Gatto's atty also said Under Armor paid $20,000 to recruit Silvio De Sousa to sign with Maryland and Arizona offered $150,000 for Nassir Little. De Sousa is at Kansas, Little at UNC now. Goal is to make all of college hoops look corrupt

Btw, Brian Bowen’s father made a deal and won’t be prosecuted in exchange for his agreement to testify.
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Recruiting Impact on “Scandal Schools” 8 months 3 weeks ago #296895

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The 'odd' thing to me of these big-time programs caught in scandals--some very major violations--is that top recruits do not seem to care.

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