Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner shouts to his team against TCU during the final of the NIT on Thursday, March 30, 2017, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Photo: Associated Press
Photo: Associated Press

Pastner on FBI investigation: ‘No wrongdoing’ at Georgia Tech

The college basketball world has turned upside down this week after the downfall of Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino of Louisville, a string of arrests and FBI accusations of bribery, fraud and corruption. At Georgia Tech, coach Josh Pastner met with athletic director Todd Stansbury and his senior administration staff, including compliance chief Shoshanna Engel, to discuss the proceedings.

“I’ve met with Todd and Shoshanna to discuss what recently happened in college basketball and to ensure that we have all the right safeguards in place to make sure that we’re doing everything in our power to have an atmosphere of compliance every day in our program,” Pastner told the AJC. “Regarding the FBI investigation, I’m 100 percent confident that there has been no wrongdoing at Georgia Tech.”

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