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and we will."The book is titled "Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen" and was released late Friday.
It contends that a woman named Katina Powell was hired repeatedly by former Louisville player, graduate assistant and director of basketball operations Andre Mc Gee to provide strippers and prostitutes during recruits' campus visits.
"The University, on its own initiative, notified the NCAA Enforcement Staff regarding this matter and has been in regular communication with them."The University of Louisville will continue its review in full cooperation and coordination with the NCAA and if warranted, take any appropriate action. In no way would anyone at this institution condone the alleged activities."The book was released by IBJ Book Publishing LLC -- a sister company of the Indianapolis Business Journal.
According to the IBJ, players would be named in the book, which also has several photos of Powell and other escorts with recruits and Louisville players. Powell told the IBJ that part of the reason she is doing the book is to make money. She also felt her story needed to be told."I decided to write the book to tell my story and to let people know what goes on inside of college basketball ...
"The U of L is doing their job of having an investigation of looking at it.
That's how I'm leaving it."Asked if he had seen any parties involving the use of strippers and prostitutes, Harrell said no."I didn't too much stay at the dorm myself," he said.
Pitino said Mc Gee did not admit to any wrongdoing.
ESPN college basketball Insider Jeff Goodman reports the University of Louisville and the NCAA are looking into allegations in a soon-to-be-published book that a former school employee paid an escort service to provide sex for Cardinals recruits.
()The University of Louisville and the NCAA are looking into allegations in a newly published book that a former director of basketball operations paid an escort service to provide sex for Cardinals recruits.
The NCAA talked to LSU freshman and ex-Louisville commit Antonio Blakeney earlier this week about his experiences on a recruiting visit, a source told ESPN."We're still trying to uncover the facts," Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich said during a news conference Friday.
"We want to get to the bottom of it as much as anybody does ...