Louisville reaches decision on Brian Bowen's status

Louisville reaches decision on Brian Bowen's status

Louisville reaches decision on Brian Bowen's status

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

Louisville freshman Brian Bowen will not be allowed to play basketball at the school again, but he may transfer to another school to play. 'He has endeared himself to his teammates and the men's basketball staff with a positive attitude during a very hard period'. The investigation has resulted in firings last month of Cardinals coach Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich. The federal complaint stated that Gatto and others attempted to funnel $100,000 to a recruit's family to gain his commitment to play for Louisville.

Earlier this month, Bowen's lawyer told ESPN that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had cleared Bowen.

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According to Jeff Greer of the Louisville Courier-Journal, the school also announced it will allow Bowen to seek a transfer if he so chooses. I saw him against another great player from Indiana.

Bowen, a 6-foot-7 small forward from Saginaw, Mich., was a five-star prospect coming out of high school.

A two-time national champion and former NBA coach, Pitino was initially placed on unpaid administrative after he was implicated in the alleged scheme. Johnson was also not named in the investigation, but was initially put on leave October 6. 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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