ESPN’s Outside The Lines will air Sunday a follow-up story to the Louisville men’s basketball sex scandal that led to the Cardinals’ NCAA Tournament ban this season.
The network’s PR department released an outline of what to expect from the show, which will be hosted by Andy Katz and include appearances from OTL‘s John Barr, ESPN.com’s Dana O’Neill and Louisville Courier-Journal columnist Tim Sullivan.
The program will include a new interview with Katina Powell, the madam’s whose book detailed the scandal, and former Louisville basketball assistant Andre McGee, who is believed to be responsible for what was happening.
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From the release:
“We acted on a tip about where Andre McGee is currently working,” Barr said. “It took a little doing but we managed to find McGee at his current job, or what may well be oneof his current jobs. We had made several past attempts to try to find McGee and, for this story, I’m pleased to say that we finally did.
“In the end, McGee proved to be as unwilling as he’s been in the past to really engage us on the subject of what happened at Louisville, but I think it may surprise some people when they find out what it is that Andre McGee is up to these days,” he said.
ESPN’s Outside The Lines is set to air at 9 a.m. E.T. on ESPN.