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9hMark 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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2dMark Schlabach

Transcript: LSU's Wade talked funds for recruit

According to transcripts of calls read in court on Tuesday, LSU coach Will Wade and Kansas assistant Kurtis Townsend were prepared to offer improper benefits to high-profile recruits and their families.

Text messages reveal Kansas coaches knew of violations (1:15)
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4dMark Schlabach

Texts show Kansas coaches knew of Adidas role

Text messages presented by defense attorneys on Monday indicated the Kansas coaches were at least aware of former Adidas consultant T.J. Gassnola's involvement in the Jayhawks' recruitment of current player Silvio De Sousa, a native of Angola.

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7dJeff Borzello

Payments to influence 2 Kansas players detailed

A former consultant for Adidas, T.J. Gassnola, testified about payments he made to an ex-NC State assistant coach to influence Dennis Smith Jr. and payments to family and friends of two Kansas players, Billy Preston and Silvio De Sousa.

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8dJeff 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.

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14dMark 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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17dMark 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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18dMark Schlabach

Why the NCAA hoops scandal will likely spread as trial starts

As the first federal trial begins Monday in a corruption scandal that threatens to engulf college basketball, the coaches at four schools mentioned in the indictment are not the only ones nervous. Coaches at a half-dozen other schools could come up.

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21dMark Schlabach

Trial watch: NCAA hoops moves from court to courtroom

The government alleges defendants defrauded certain NCAA Division I schools by causing them to issue financial aid to players who were ineligible because their families had received illicit payments to sign with Adidas-sponsored teams.

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38dMyron Medcalf

Best- and worst-case scenario for each Top 25 team

For some teams, a win in the NCAA tournament would be a significant achievement. For the elite contenders, anything short of a Final Four run would be a disappointment.

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86dMark Schlabach

Subpoenas sought Kansas info on two recruits

The subpoenas requested materials related to the recruitment and enrollment of two Kansas players, whose names were redacted in the documents released by the university.

Team Stats

Points Per Game81.429th
Rebounds Per Game35.6169th
Assists Per Game16.617th
Points Allowed71.9160th

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Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record103-45
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances46