Tulsa World: SI series has cost Oklahoma State more than $100K so far

www.tulsaworld.com Published: January 15, 2014
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The Sports Illustrated Series diving into the alleged dirty deeds done at Oklahoma State during the Les Miles era is proving costly to the university.



But not from a perception standpoint.

Tulsa World sports writer Jimmie Tramel reports that Oklahoma State has paid more than $100,000 so far to the firm hired to assist the university through the fallout of the series about the Cowboy football program.

In response to SI's five-part series published in September, Oklahoma State appointed The Compliance Group (Lenexa, Kan.) to lead its own review of the allegations against the school.

As Tramel details, OSU isn't sparing any expense when it comes to the investigation.

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