NC State subpoenaed by grand jury, stemming from the FBI’s probe into college basketball

According to a report for the Washington Post, NC State has been subpoenaed by a grand jury in the FBI’s investigation into corruption in college basketball.

In the Yahoo! Sports report from last month, former NC State point guard Dennis Smith Jr. was listed as having accepted money from ASM Sports and agent Andy Miller. Smith allegedly received a payment of $43,500; however, other documents indicate that DSJ received a loan of over $73,000.

NC State acknowledged that it has received the subpoenas, back on Jan. 17.

Athletics spokesman Fred Demarest declined comment; no NC State players, coaches or officials have been contacted by prosecutors, though, per Demarest.


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