Oklahoma St subpoenaed for detailed comms with players
October 13, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Federal prosecutors seeking more information about the involvement of Oklahoma State basketball in a wider corruption scandal have asked the school to detail its communications with three key players in the investigation, as well as players and their parents.
A grand jury subpoena provided to the Associated Press on Thursday asks Oklahoma State to produce all communications between any member of the school's coaching or athletic staff and former sports agent Christian Dawkins, financial adviser Martin Blazer and investment adviser Munish Sood.
Dawkins and Sood are acc...