University of Arizona attorney: 'Not a shred of evidence' to suggest Deandre Ayton, family received money
An attorney hired by the University of Arizona said there is "not a shred of evidence" to suggest Arizona forward Deandre Ayton or his family received money or benefits to ensure he played for the Wildcats.
Attorney Paul Kelly on Sunday responded in a statement to media reports suggesting the star player should be deemed ineligible to play over speculation the family received money in exchange for a commitment to Arizona.
"These reports are false and unfounded," said Kelly, who is outside counsel retained by the university to assist with the ongoing FBI investigation. ... read more
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