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LOME, Togo - A member of FIFAs organizing committee for Olympic football tournaments has been arrested, the Togo Football Federation said Friday. Delvin Breaux Jersey .Togo football president Gabriel Ameyi was detained in connection with a business transaction, federation official Toussa Komi Gabriel said, adding that the arrest had nothing to do with his running of the football body.FIFA said it was informed that hes currently in custody but had no further comment on Ameyis situation.Gabriel said he was informed by police that a businessman from Benin made a complaint against Ameyi. He didnt give any details of any possible charges.Ameyi has many other positions in his professional life. In the coming days, everybody will know the charges against him, Gabriel said.As a member of FIFAs Olympic panel, Ameyi is involved in preparing the mens and womens tournaments at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games, and at Youth Summer Games. 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New rules designed to clamp down on hand-checking resulted in 58 fouls and a slew of free throws. It also resulted in a herky-jerky affair for both sides. "Im telling them not to freak out. Thats what Im telling them," Warhawks coach Keith Richard said. "The players have to adjust and not lose their minds. Its not going away, and so its difficult. It sure is. And there were some bad calls tonight, pitiful, but both ways." Andrew White III and Perry Ellis finished 12 points each for the youthful Jayhawks, who wont have a whole lot of time for all their freshmen to work out the kinks. Kansas, which is replacing all five starters from last season, plays No. 4 Duke on Tuesday night in Chicago. "Its going to be a pretty good matchup, two high-profile teams," White said, "but were not paying too much attention to the hype thats out there." Marvin Williams had 19 points and six rebounds to lead the Warhawks, who sure didnt look like a team that won just four games last season. 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