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Suspects in KU ticket investigation

The ongoing ticket scandal at Kansas Athletics Inc. focuses on employees selling tickets for personal profit. As at least one federal investigation continues, here’s a look at some of the players still in the game — some directly implicated by a Kansas University internal investigation, and others whose connections keep them on the sidelines.

Rodney D. Jones: Assistant athletics director for the Williams Fund until mid-April, when he resigned after being on administrative leave since early March. He is said by Freeman’s attorney to have made money — unreported to the IRS — on sales of tickets to KU basketball games, both at Allen Fieldhouse and to postseason tournaments. He is former manager of the KU Ticket Office. He joined Kansas Athletics in 1997 after graduating from the University of Oklahoma, where he had been an assistant in student support services in the Sooners’ athletics department.


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