Chicago — Former DePaul basketball player Innis Glover has told ESPN The Magazine that an assistant Blue Demon coach had him violate NCAA rules. Innis Glover, a forward who played in all 30 of DePaul's games last season but did not have his scholarship renewed, alleges he was given more than the allowable amount of money by assistant coach Larry Harrison to host recruits Quentin Richardson and Bobby Simmons on their campus visits. Glover said he bought a video game for Richardson, who chose the Blue Demons over Kansas. Richardson denied asking for or receiving the video game. DePaul officials say there was no wrongdoing.
INNIS GLOVER POINTS FINGER AT HARRISON
June 18, 1998
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