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Auburn receives federal subpoena in bribery scandal

13 October 2017

The subpoena demands OSU release various types of documents, including NCAA certifications forms, scholarship and financial aid papers and communications between OSU's coaching staff and players as well as parents.

Evans was sacked by Oklahoma State two days after the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced findings from an investigation of fraud and corruption in college basketball that led to Evans' arrest along with nine others.

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Any records of conversations between the school and three of the men involved with the FBI's investigation: Christian Dawkins, Martin Blazer and Munish Sood.

Among the others documents Oklahoma State has been asked to turn over, according to The Oklahoman. It was dated September 27, and asks that the university either turn over all documents sought by October 17 or to send a representative to NY to appear before the grand jury. According to the complaints, Blazer worked with federal officials to set up meetings with numerous coaches and others in basketball to get evidence of bribery.

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The university confirmed that in a statement Thursday in response to an open records request from The Associated Press. The Oklahoman first reported the subpoena's existence on Wednesday.

Person was suspended without pay after prosecutors said the former National Basketball Association player accepted about $91,500 in bribes to steer clients to a Pittsburgh-based financial adviser when they reached the National Basketball Association.

Any conversations about "actual or potential NCAA rules violations" involving players or coaches getting money or other perks.

The information seeks information from cellphones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, phones, emails and social media accounts.