A NY grand jury reportedly subpoenaed Oklahoma State last month, seeking information from the university related to the FBI investigation into Lamont Evans, one of the assistant coaches linked to the corruption scandal that has rocked college basketball.
In the grand jury subpoena by the US District Court from the Southern District of New York, OSU was told to provide multiple documents, including emails and texts, from January 1, 2014 to the present. Among the items being sought include text messages, social media messages, computer records, the personnel file of Evans, and all documents and communications pertaining to financial aid for all current student athletes on Oklahoma State's men's basketball team.
Evans was sacked by the university after the scandal surfaced.
The subpoena document is dated September 27, 2017 and gives OSU until October 17th to provide all these records or appear before a grand jury in a Manhattan, NY court room.
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The subpoena is far-reaching in the types of records being demanded, requesting emails, text messages, cellular phone records, social media messages, computer records and a host of other documents and electronic records covering the time period from January 1, 2014 to the present.
Evidence of men's basketball NCAA violations is just a small part of records the grand jury is demanding.
- All communications between any Cowboys staff member and financial advisers Christian Dawkins, Martin Blazer and Munish Sood - all linked to the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe - and any current parent of a player on the Oklahoma State team.
Interestingly, the subpoena also calls for OSU to fork over any correspondence between 25-year-old Christian Dawkins, adidas employee Merle Code and financial planner Munish Sood, all of whom are charged with funneling players in exchange for them signing with adidas-sponsored schools.