UofL freshman Brian Bowen won't play for Cards

How will Louisville get on without star freshman Brian Bowen

How will Louisville get on without star freshman Brian Bowen

Bowen was cleared of any wrongdoing after an FBI investigation into corruption and bribery in Louisville's basketball program revealed an assistant coach at the school paid Bowen's father $100,000 from Adidas to sign with the school. He was never charged with a crime.

Louisville also announced Wednesday that it has "parted ways" with associate head coach Kenny Johnson, who was not named in the FBI's criminal complaint but was placed on administrative leave after the school said it was looking into his role in the FBI investigation. "He has endeared himself to his teammates and the men's basketball staff with a positive attitude during a very hard period".

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While Bowen won't be able to play basketball at Louisville, he will not lose his academic scholarship if he stays at the school, ESPN reported. David Padgett is now running the program on an interim basis. He went on to play in the McDonald's All-American and the Jordan Brand Classic, where he scored 26 points.

Jason Setchen, Bowen's lawyer, said his client still wants to play college basketball.

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'We got lucky on this one, ' Pitino told Terry Meiners of News Radio 840 soon after. I saw him against another great player from Indiana. They had to come in unofficially, pay for their hotel, pay for their meals. But Louisville still fired the two-time national champion last month.

Johnson, placed on administrative leave on October 6, spent three years with the program. That alone always made it hard to imagine him ever playing for the Cardinals, and it also makes it unlikely the NCAA will make Bowen eligible to play elsewhere if he transfers.

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