In the aftermath of the arrest of former Oklahoma State's men's basketball assistant Lamont Evans as part of a federal bribery investigation, the program must now turn over any and all documents relating to NCAA violations, dating back October 1, 2014, to a NY grand jury.
All NCAA forms for Lamont Evans and every player on this year's team.
In the grand jury subpoena by the US District Court from the Southern District of New York, OSU was told to provide multiple documents, including emails and texts, from January 1, 2014 to the present.
The subpoena also demands the records of all communication between the athletics staff and the parents of current members of the team.
The Oklahoman obtained a copy of the subpoena through an open records request.
The subpoena document is dated September 27, 2017 and gives OSU until October 17th to provide all these records or appear before a grand jury in a Manhattan, NY court room.
Social media accounts, laptops and cell phones are among the places from which the documents and communications are being sought.
Evans was of four assistant coaches across college basketball arrested two weeks ago as part of the FBI's massive investigation into corruption in college basketball.
"Failure to attend and produce any items hereby demanded will constitute contempt of court and will subject you to civil sanctions and criminal penalties, in addition to penalties of the law, " Joon H. Kim, acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of NY, states in the grand jury subpoena that was dated September 27 and obtained by The Oklahoman through an open records request. Chuck Person (Auburn) and Emanuel "Book" Richardson (Arizona) appeared in front of the judge, as did Merl Code Jr., who was affiliated with Adidas' grassroots basketball department.