Tulsa AD Suspended After Admitting Football Gambling to FBI

Tulsa’s athletic director Ross Parmley has been placed on administrative leave, after an FBI investigation revealed he gambled on college and NFL games.

Parmley admitted to the FBI that he bet on college and professional football games for years before quitting gambling early in 2010, a source told The Oklahoman.

He told the FBI he made payments to Mitchell on losses and collected from Mitchell on wins, said the source who has read an FBI report on his interview.

Parmley has not been charged with a crime. His bookie, Teddie Mitchell, faces federal charges.

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