WICHITA, Kansas (AP) - Two more former University of Kansas athletics officials have
reached apparent plea deals in their roles in an alleged conspiracy
to steal more than $2 million in sports tickets.
A posting Tuesday on the federal court docket in Wichita shows
change-of-plea hearings next week for former associate athletic
director Charlette Blubaugh and her husband, Thomas, a consultant
for the ticket office. Her hearing is set for Jan. 27 and his for
Their expected pleas leave only former associate athletic
director Ben Kirtland still facing trial.
Former assistant athletic director Rodney Jones and former
systems analyst Kassie Liebsch pleaded guilty last week. Two others
pleaded guilty last year to knowing about the scam and failing to
report it to authorities.