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- Jan 20, 2006
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Because the FBI believes they not only violated NCAA rules but that they also broke the law.BNC said:Its wondering the same thing, I think it has to do with agents bribing players, I dont think theres anything illegal about the school paying the kids though
The feds are charging four former assistant coaches at Division I schools as agents of federally funded organizations. They can do that because all of their former schools do more than $10,000 a year in business with the federal government, whether through grants, loans, contracts, or other collaborations. These schools college basketball programs have just about nothing to do with the federal government, but the Justice Department is using a broader anti-corruption law to target those coaches.
I don’t think the FBI gives a damn if they’re breaking NCAA rules, it has more to do with bribery. I think those coaches were being charged because of the connection to the sneaker companiesGMF1991 said:Because the FBI believes they not only violated NCAA rules but that they also broke the law.
Best explanation I've seen so far: