September 30, 2014
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Memphis was unable to find proof that a former player cheated on his SAT exam in its internal investigation of NCAA allegations against the men's basketball team.
The investigation report, released to The Associated Press and other news outlets Tuesday under a public records request, details Memphis' internal investigation into allegations that a former player allowed a stand-in to take his SAT test and of grade tampering.
Most names in the report were redacted by the school because of
privacy concerns, but an attorney former Memphis star Derrick Rose
has acknowledged that Rose cooperated with an investigation of similar allegations while still a student.
Memphis will present its findings to the NCAA Committee on Infractions on Saturday.