Three Adidas reps were found guilty this week in Manhattan on felony charges of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud after a three-week criminal trial in federal court. They were found guilty of paying funds from Adidas to the families of recruits to make sure they signed with Adidas-sponsored campuses.
Clay Travis thinks it's wrong to put these three men who are fathers with children in prison and that there was no crime here that put anyone in danger. Clay says that if you're paying a high school kid's family to go to school, he fails to see how there is a crime being committed.
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