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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Adidas consultant TJ Gassnola, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and testified during this month's federal criminal case concerning corruption in college basketball, will be sentenced on Feb. 1. Gassnola is accused of helping facilitate $90,000 to former Kansas player Billy Preston's mother, $20,000 to current Jayhawks player Silvio De Sousa's guardian and $40,000 to former NC State player Dennis Smith Jr.'s father.

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1dMark 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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15dMark 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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18dMark 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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22dMark 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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Pistons take Miami's Brown in second round

The Pistons selected Bruce Brown of Miami in the second round of the NBA draft. The Pistons were without a first-round pick after sending theirs to the Clippers in a trade for Blake Griffin this past season.

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Spurs choose Walker amid Kawhi uncertainty

The Spurs chose Lonnie Walker IV of Miami, going with an athletic, versatile guard amid uncertainty surrounding the future of Kawhi Leonard.

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140dAdam Rittenberg

UNC-Michigan highlights ACC/Big Ten clashes

Michigan, the 2017-18 national runner-up, will host North Carolina on Nov. 28 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Other matchups include Michigan State at Louisville and Indiana at Duke on Nov. 27.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Evaluated and spoke with Kahlil Whitney last weekend at the EYBL. He is receiving heavy recruiting attention from Florida State, Louisville, Illinois , Miami, Ohio State, Oregon, Seton Hall and Saint John's. He is one of the better small forwards in the class of 2019.

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155dAndrea Adelson

More Madness: ACC to propose 72-team field

The ACC wants to grow the NCAA tournament field to 72 teams and will propose adding a second First Four site on the West Coast.

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192dMark Schlabach

KU, NC State latest mentioned in bribery case

Federal prosecutors on Tuesday added additional criminal counts to the indictment of Adidas executive James Gatto, alleging that he conspired to provide cash payments to the families of former basketball players at Kansas and NC State.

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Canes extend Larranaga through '24 season

Jim Larranaga, who has a 161-79 record in seven seasons at Miami and has led the Hurricanes to four NCAA tournaments, has signed an extension with the school through the 2023-24 season.

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Miami's Brown draft-bound, will hire agent

Miami's Bruce Brown Jr., considered a potential late first-round pick despite a disappointing sophomore season, will enter the NBA draft and retain an agent, meaning he'll give up the option to continue his college career.

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Hurricanes guard Walker says he'll enter draft

Miami Hurricanes guard Lonnie Walker said Wednesday that he'll hire an agent and will enter the NBA draft. Walker averaged 11.5 points as a freshman this past season.

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Canes' Huell to declare for draft without agent

Miami Hurricanes sophomore forward Dewan Huell has decided to declare for the NBA draft but won't retain an agent, leaving him the option of continuing his college career.

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Canes' Brown declares for draft without agent

Miami guard Bruce Brown Jr., who averaged 11.4 points as a sophomore and is projected as a first-round pick, has declared for the NBA draft but is not hiring an agent.

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218dSam Khan

55 years after historic game, Loyola jolts Miami

On the 55th anniversary of Loyola-Chicago's "Game of Change," this year's squad made a memory of its own, pulling off a buzzer-beating upset of Miami in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Loyola's 98-year-old chaplain said she never had a doubt.

Team Stats

Points Per Game73.8172nd
Rebounds Per Game34.8Tied-205th
Assists Per Game13.3202nd
Points Allowed67.959th

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Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record8-9
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances9