Oklahoma's investigation costs $50,000
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma has so far spent more than $50,000 on an investigation into major NCAA rules violations by the men's basketball program.
The university on Tuesday released the investigation's costs to The Associated Press in response to an open records request. Oklahoma listed payments totaling $50,057 to the legal firm of Bond, Schoeneck and King since September 2009 while looking into the program's second set of major rules violations in five years.
The firm also performed ...
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