Report: NCAA investigating Oklahoma State

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

The NCAA is investigating the Oklahoma State football program
The NCAA is investigating the Oklahoma State football program. (USATSI)

Remember that five-part series Sports Illustrated did on Oklahoma State last September alleging various NCAA violations and improprieties within the school's football program? Well, the NCAA seems to, as it is currently investigating the school.

A school spokesperson confirmed to that its own internal investigation into the allegations is nearing an end, and that the NCAA has been conducting its own investigation.

"The inquiry continues and it is hoped that it will conclude within the next few months," said the spokesperson. "The university anticipates releasing a report after the NCAA concludes its process. Since it is an ongoing inquiry conducted in cooperation with the NCAA, the university is unable to comment further at this time."

The Sports Illustrated series alleged several potential violations, as it was broken down into five parts: The Money, The Academics, The Drugs, The Sex and The Fallout.

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