Report: NCAA Clears Binghamton in Basketball Inquiry

October 19, 2010

National Collegiate Athletic Association investigators have closed their review of possible rules violations in the men's basketball program at the State University of New York at Binghamton, finding no major infractions, the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin reported. The Binghamton basketball program has been ravaged by damaging headlines since last fall, when The New York Times described allegations of academic and other misconduct. The letter from the NCAA saying that investigators had found insufficient evidence of major wrongdoing prompted the lawyer for the university's suspended coach, Kevin Broadus, to call for his reinstatement. But given the academic and other breaches uncovered in an audit at Binghamton, such a return would seem unlikely.

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