Yesterday, news came down that Oklahoma State had been given a subpoena on September 27th by a grand jury from New York, and the speculation was that the other three schools that had seen a member of their coaching staff get arrested had also received subpoenas.
A report from the LA Times on Thursday confirmed that suspicion.
The Times also added some detail into what was taken at USC:
USC has turned over computer data used by Tony Bland, the associate head coach facing charges that include soliciting a bribe and wire fraud, in addition to those of head coach Andy Enfield and assistants Jason Hart and Chris Capko, according to two people with knowledge about the situation who spoke on the condition they not be identified because of the ongoing legal proceedings.
On Wednesday night, the Daily Kansan reported that a Freedom of Information Act request regarding any documentation that the FBI has regarding Adidas and Kansas was denied because those documents were part of an “investigative file exempt from disclosure.”
Kansas maintains that they have not had any contact with the FBI.