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The statement also said the school learned of the book and its allegations in late August and immediately launched its investigation with Smrt and notified the NCAA enforcement staff.
saying he never had to pay for lovin' in college ... Williams -- who now plays overseas -- was at Louisville from '05-'09 and tells TMZ Sports he's furious his name was mentioned in the book "Breaking Cardinal Rules." The book alleges Terrence ... paid 0 dollars for a sexual escapade with two women -- an assertion which Williams AGGRESSIVELY denies. I'm very honored to be in that position in Louisville.Jurich said the NCAA is working with Louisville's private investigator to look into the allegations.He also said he doesn't have enough information yet to know if there's any validity to the allegations."There was certainly nothing nefarious or inappropriate at all (when Mc Gee met Powell)," Cox said."Andre Mc Gee has cooperated at every stage of this investigation.He loves the University of Louisville and would not do anything to hurt the image of the university," Cox said.To preserve the integrity of the review process, the university will withhold comment on any details until the review is concluded."Louisville-based attorney Scott Cox is counseling Mc Gee, according to University of Louisville athletics spokesman Kenny Klein.
Mc Gee, who has told his lawyers he is not guilty, was placed on administrative leave by UMKC late Friday."We haven't seen anything yet to corroborate the things that will be published in this book," Cox said.Cox did say Mc Gee knew Katina Powell, the author of the book and a self-admitted escort in Louisville.Reached by phone Friday afternoon, several former Louisville players who played in recent years expressed shock at the allegations in the book, saying it was the first they'd heard of the accusations.The book, written by Katina Powell with investigative reporter and former Pulitzer Prize winner Dick Cady, is titled, "Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen," according to a release from the Indianapolis Business Journal.LOUISVILLE — The University of Louisville is looking into salacious allegations in a new book that say a former Cardinals men's basketball staffer paid escorts thousands of dollars to have sexual relations with both players and recruits during his time at the university.