NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione has had quite a summer.
Whether he was laying the groundwork for what will be a massive renovation of Memorial Stadium, making Bob Stoops one of the highest paid coaches in college football, setting up a football series with Michigan for the 2025 and 2026 seasons or being named chair of the NCAA Division I men's basketball selection committee for 2015-16, Castiglione had his hand in big things.
It hasn't been all good news, though. Oklahoma has been criticized for adding Dorial Green-Beckham, a talented receiver Missouri released in April after an 18-year-old student said he pushed her down at least four stairs during a burglary. Castiglione believes Green-Beckham deserves another opportunity.
Two other legal cases are pending against high-profile Oklahoma football players.

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