Bob Lutz

May 27, 2010 12:00 AM

Bob Lutz: KU fans took a hit on ticket scheme

No wonder I can never get a KU basketball ticket. In what can be best described as "seedy," a University of Kansas report concluded Wednesday that five former employees of the athletic department and a former consultant intentionally diverted 17,609 basketball tickets and 2,181 football tickets for personal profit during at least the past five years.

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