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Oklahoma State MBB program penalized by NCAA

The NCAA released their findings and penalties today in their case against Oklahoma State and former Associate Head Basketball Coach Lamont Evans. Last June, Evans was sentenced to three months in prison for his role in the pay-for-play scandal. The complete NCAA ruling can be found HERE. Below is the statement the the NCAA released

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Official DOJ Statement on Lamont Evans

Following up on a Report from yesterday where former Oklahoma State assistant Lamont Evans was expected to enter a guilty plea in the college basketball pay-for-play scandal. According to the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Evans did in fact plead guilty to bribery charges in a Manhattan court room yesterday. Evans

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Oklahoma State Signs Boynton to Contract Extension

Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder and head basketball coach Mike Boynton have agreed in principle on an extension to Boynton’s contract that will keep him with the Cowboys through the 2023-24 season. The two-year extension to the original five-year contract increases Boynton’s annual salary to $1.6 million with a $125,000 increase for each subsequent

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Oklahoma State’s Lamont Evans Surrenders to Federal Authorities

The FBI says Oklahoma State Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Lamont Evans has surrendered to federal authorities in allegations that he took bribes to influence star athletes. FBI special agent Jessica Rice says Evans surrendered to federal marshals early Wednesday on federal corruption charges following an investigation into the criminal influence of money on coaches and

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John Cooper joins Oklahoma State basketball staff

John Cooper, a veteran of over 100 wins as a Division I head coach, has joined Mike Boynton’s staff as an assistant coach for the Oklahoma State basketball team. A Kansas City, Missouri native, Cooper spent the previous five seasons as the head coach at Miami (Ohio), where his defense-first approach saw the RedHawks ranked

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