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Recruiting actions put program under investigation

Carter Strickland of The Oklahoman used the state's Freedom of Information Act to obtain phone records from Oklahoma University's men's basketball program showing improper contact with high school recruits. "Coaches are allowed one phone call a week to recruits, parents or legal guardians. But phone records obtained by The Oklahoman show representatives of the OU program called an Amarillo, Texas, player and his mother 18 times last August. Members of the OU staff called a Seattle recruit and his family 13 times in September."

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