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Louisville Cardinals place two basketball assistants on leave - UPI.com

Louisville placed two assistant coaches on leave Friday amid the FBI probe into corruption in college basketball as the university continued its investigation into NCAA violations involving paying a recruit. The suspensions leave the program with only ...and more »

Louisville places former Oldsmar Christian coach Jordan Fair on administrative leave - Tampabay.com

Former Oldsmar Christian boys basketball coach Jordan Fair was one of two Louisville assistants who were placed on paid administrative leave by the university in the wake of an NCAA investigation into violations of wire fraud and money laundering with ...and more »

Report: Rick Pitino received 98 percent of Louisville's Adidas money - UPI.com

Rick Pitino is out as Louisville coach after being linked to a college basketball scandal. Photo by Jim Bryant/UPI. | License Photo. Suspended Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino received 98 percent of the money from the university's current ...and more »

Two Louisville Basketball Assistants Put on Paid Leave - Sports Illustrated

The University of Louisville placed basketball assistant coaches Kenny Johnson and Jordan Fair on paid leave Friday, the school announced, according to the Courier-Journal. It's the latest development for Louisville in the FBI's investigation into a ...and more »

Pitino attorney claims U of L 'acted out of frustration' and without evidence - WDRB

LOUISVILLE, Ky., (WDRB) – The University of Louisville “acted out of frustration” and without evidence when it suspended and began the process of firing basketball coach Rick Pitino, his attorney, Steve Pence said in an interview Friday. “Wouldn't they ...and more »

Rick Pitino raked in 98% of the cash from University of Louisville's current Adidas deal - The Courier-Journal

When University of Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich announced a new deal with athletic apparel giant Adidas on Aug. 25, a reporter asked him if some of the proceeds would be shared with the university. “It's for the athletic department,” Jurich ...and more »

PODCAST: Sonny Vaccaro On The NCAA Basketball-Adidas Scandal - Forbes

At the end of September, Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the FBI, announced the arrest of 10 individuals, including ...and more »

Louisville basketball scandal: Assistant coaches Kenny Johnson, Jordan Fair put on leave - The Courier-Journal

University of Louisville basketball coaches Kenny Johnson and Jordan Fair were placed on paid administrative leave Friday amid allegations of a "pay to play" recruiting scheme at the school. “We are in the process of executing our due diligence as it ...and more »

Kentucky coach John Calipari on FBI probe: Solution could be to mimic NCAA baseball - USA TODAY

Kentucky coach John Calipari is a man of solutions. Addressing the FBI investigation that cost Rick Pitino his job at Louisville, Calipari said college basketball should take a page from college baseball's playbook. As part of the ongoing federal ...and more »

Compensation for Louisville's Pitino, Jurich Totals Millions - Inside Higher Ed

Two of the highest-paid figures in college athletics are employed by the University of Louisville -- for now. The Louisville Courier-Journal provided a breakdown of the compensation of Tom Jurich, the athletics director, and Rick Pitino, the head men's ...and more »