Wichita, Kan. (AP) -- A former junior college basketball coach was sentenced Monday to three years probation for falsifying federal work-study timecards so athletes would get paid for work they never did.
David "Soupy" Campbell, former head basketball coach at Barton County Community College, was also ordered to pay $7,714 in restitution. He had plead guilty in November to one count of embezzlement from a federal student assistance program.
Campbell is the second coach sentenced so far in an investigation that ensnared eight coaches at the college in Great Bend and led to the firing of the school's president.
In December, former basketball coach Matt …