UofL: Brian Bowen will not play, Kenny Johnson fired


Today, the school announced he won't be allowed to play for the basketball team.

"Brian has been a responsible young man for the institution since he enrolled", UofL interim director of athletics Vince Tyra said.

In a written statement, the troubled program announced that Bowen will remain on scholarship but can not practice with the Cards. Bowen is the five-star freshman widely believed to be involved in the FBI's investigation into corruption in college basketball.

Along with the possibility of transferring, Bowen could choose to pursue professional opportunities.

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The federal indictment alleges a conspiracy to pay a Bowen $100,000 to secure his commitment to UofL. I saw him against another great player from Indiana. Bowen could also opt to play one year in the National Basketball Association G League or just train by himself in preparation for the draft like fellow McDonald's All-American Mitchell Robinson is doing. The allegations ultimately led to the firing of Hall of Fame basketball coach Rick Pitino and tenured athletics director Tom Jurich.

Louisville also announced Wednesday that it has parted ways with assistant coach Kenny Johnson.

Johnson, a former assistant coach at Towson and IN, worked on Pitino's staff for three seasons.

Johnson, placed on administrative leave on October 6, spent three years with the program.