Rumors at IU

3 p.m. UPDATE: There is a 4:30 p.m. press conference scheduled.

Heading over to Assembly Hall right now, because it appears something is going on. A source close to the situation has told the Herald-Times that there will be some sort of announcement, possibly as soon as today. But no other information is available at this time.

Will update as needed. Stay at heraldtimesonline.com to find out.

3 comments

  1. Not to fuel the fire, but I heard from my source that it involves some compliance documentation (lawyer type documentation of every conversation) that has sealed RG fate. Some sort of cover up from the get go. RG asked compliance to keep the lid on and the lid has been removed. McRobbie is reacting with dismissal? This is 2nd hand so please do not shoot the messenger.

  2. Media Advisory: IU releases text from the NCAA Committee on Infractions
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    June 26, 2008
    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University today (June 26) released the text of a further allegation that has been made against it by the NCAA Committee on Infractions. This allegation, called Allegation 6, is titled “failure to monitor,” and follows five other allegations made against the university earlier this year by the NCAA. A hearing concerning these first five allegations was held on 14 and 15 June. The text of the letter citing this new allegation can be viewed at http://www.indiana.edu/~iunews/letter.pdf.
    Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie said the University intends to defend itself vigorously against this additional allegation.
    Media questions should be referred to Larry MacIntyre, assistant vice president for University Communications, 812-856-1172.

  3. NCAA hits IU with new charge
    Terry Hutchens
    Posted: June 26, 2008Post a CommentRecommend E-mail Print Share Del.icio.us Digg Reddit Yahoo Google A A The NCAA added a charge of “failure to monitor” to the Indiana University athletic department today for its oversight of the men’s basketball program.

    IU president Michale McRobbie said IU plans to defend itself vigorously against the allegation.

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