Aidan Igiehon, ranked No. 36 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Louisville over St. John's, Oregon and Kentucky.
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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.
- Louisville lands another top recruit with Igiehon
- Attorney: Adidas OK'd payment at Self's request
- Jury hears closing arguments in corruption trial
- Ex-Adidas consultant says he paid Ayton's family
The government spent more than an hour delivering its closing arguments Wednesday. The jury could begin deliberations as early as Thursday afternoon.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Rick Pitino said definitively on Wednesday that he is finished coaching after a series of scandals brought down his career.
Pitino wants to be remembered as one of college basketball's most successful and influential head coaches, not as one mired by his association to some of the sport's biggest scandals.
Rick Pitino thinks it's unlikely he will return to coaching at the college level, writing "my coaching career is possibly finished" in a book released Tuesday.
Louisville will host rival Kentucky and Michigan State in the nonconference portion of Chris Mack's first season as coach.
A U.S. District Court judge on Tuesday granted Adidas' motion to dismiss former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino's federal lawsuit against the apparel company, agreeing that the case must be settled in arbitration.
The Tar Heels and Blue Devils are chock-full of NBA talent and Final Four contenders. But there's strength in numbers in the ACC.
Years after a sex-for-play scandal rocked Louisville, former coach Rick Pitino was in the winner's circle at Del Mar Racetrack with a horse named Party Dancer.
Brian Bowen, one of the central figures in the FBI's investigation into college basketball corruption, has signed a professional contract to play for the Sydney Kings in Australia.
Chane Behanan, a member of Louisville's 2013 men's basketball national championship team, has been arrested on charges of possessing marijuana and receiving a stolen gun.
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