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New Accusations

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

But company president Steve Lower says it was no big deal.
Lower calls it a tradition similar to throwing a bachelor party.
Lower insists no coaches were involved in setting up the
parties.

The news stunned CU Board of Regents chairman Peter Steinhauer,
who said he didn't think strippers should be part of the recruiting
atmosphere.
Regent Jim Martin says investigators should find out where the
money to pay for the strippers came from.

The university and coaching staff have denied trying to lure
recruits with alcohol and sex.
A special commission is being set up to investigate.


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