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To that end, Pitino might blame his superiors, such as athletic department officials or the university provost or president, as far more responsible for corruptive practices related to the men’s basketball program than he.
Obtaining a conviction of a defendant who had ultimate authority over corruptive acts would lead to a more impactful prosecution than one of a defendant who only carried out the corruption.
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