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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Keith "Tiny" Gallon
Oklahoma had about one quarter of its recruiting days this season taken away by the NCAA on Friday as punishment for committing major violations while the men's basketball program already was on probation.
Athletic director Joe Castiglione believes Oklahoma is getting closer to resolving the NCAA investigation into its men's basketball program.
The Milwaukee Bucks waived forward Keith "Tiny" Gallon on Wednesday, less than four months after selecting him late in the second round of June's draft.
Former player Keith "Tiny" Gallon has said he took $3,000 from a Florida financial adviser so his high school would release his transcripts and he could play for the Sooners.
Kruger inherits a program coming off its first back-to-back losing seasons since 1967 and under investigation by the NCAA after former player Keith "Tiny" Gallon said he took money from a Florida financial adviser to pay for his high-school transcripts and enroll at Oklahoma.