Found November 29, 2013 on Louisville Card Game:
Chane Behanan survives to fight another day. According to Sports Information Direction Kenny Klein, University of Louisville and law enforcement officials have gathered extensive information into their examination of how Behanan’s 2012 Final Four ring recently appeared on a sports memorabilia auction site. They ave determined that Behanan was not involved in the process. After communicating with multiple parties, there was no indication that Behanan had anything to do with the ring being presented for sale or that he had any knowledge the ring had been stolen until information appeared on social media Tuesday night. He will be available to Rick Pitino Friday against Southern Mississippi. The coach has to be wondering what’s next?
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