Trial evidence shows how USC became ensnared in college basketball bribery and corruption scandal

“So, obviously, we’ve got to put funding out and some of the money can’t be completely accounted for on paper because some of it is whatever you want to call it, illegal, against NCAA rules, or whatever,” Dawkins said. “But, if we’re like paying a father or a handler or a brother or whatever the case may be, you can sign them to agreements and that’s completely legal.”


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