November 22nd, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The NCAA on Friday served Oklahoma State’s men’s basketball program with a notice of allegations that is highlighted by a Level I unethical conduct charge against former Cowboys associate head coach Lamont Evans, a source told CBS Sports. Evans was one of four assistant coaches (and 10 men in total) arrested in 2017 in the federal government’s undercover sting operation on bribery and fraud within college basketball recruiting. He was convicted in April and sentenced in June to three months in federal prison. Oklahoma State’s notice of allegations does not charge current Cowboys coach Mike Boynton or any other current member of the current coaching staff with any violations, the university announced later Friday afternoon, confirming the CBS Sports report. The NCAA accuses Evans of unethical conduct, claiming he effectively used and/or sought to use his position to take advantage of student-athletes and sway them toward earnings or partnerships after they left college. The allegations also does not mention or charge former Oklahoma State/current Illinois coach Brad Underwood. -Matt Norlander, CBS Sports, Read More

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