Things are beginning to get even more interesting around the University of Louisville.
Brian Bowen’s father took the stand today, and spoke about “the Adidas Arrangement” in which he took money for the recruitment of his son.
With Bowen’s testimony, it appears that some people around the UofL program are getting more nervous about what punishments could be handed down to the program.
At least according to Tim Sullivan from the Courier Journal who tweeted this last night:
Hearing a lot of anxiety from #Louisville camp as Brian Bowen Sr. testifies. Lawyer/fan fears death penalty. Former player expects recruits to decommit. The threat was always implicit with school on probation, but now it feels more real.— Tim Sullivan (@TimSullivan714) October 4, 2018
The first few days of this trial has brought forth a lot of information and could potentially continue to implicate many more players and coaches, but it remains to be seen what the NCAA will make of Louisville following Bowen’s comments on the stand.
Keep your eyes on the trial as it moves forward. It is can’t miss news.
Tweets of the Day
For anyone going to the game tomorrow.
Dawkins told him Oklahoma State would pay $150,000, $8,000 for a car and "some undisclosed amount to buy a house" via asst coach Lamont Evans— Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) October 4, 2018
It’s quite something that Bowen didn’t end up in Stillwater with this offer.
Take an in-depth look at Kentucky’s opponent for Saturday.
Oats appears ready to take on the tough challenge, even as a true freshman.
Terry Wilson could play a major role in the game.
The fan support behind this team has been through the roof this season.
Kentucky’s coverage teams will have to be on their A-game on Saturday.
West is quietly having one of the best seasons of any defensive player not named Josh Allen.
Apparently Tyler Herro is continuing to make progress defensively, which is great news to hear.
The volleyball team has been on a tear, winning six straight.
Sherman obviously isn’t a big fan of recent rule changes.
He laid out the offers that different colleges presented him.
The university is declining to comment after the allegations were brought up in court.
Irving has been the subject of some recent rumors regarding interest in the Knicks.
Girardi is just one of several to be interviewed.
The Dodgers and Phillies are viewed as the next favored options.