U-M Receives Notice of Inquiry from NCAA
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Oct. 26, 2009

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman today (Monday, Oct. 26) announced that the University has received a "Notice of Inquiry" from the NCAA, indicating it will continue its investigation of allegations made about the U-M's intercollegiate athletics football program. The investigation is being conducted in cooperation with the University.

Statement from U-M President Mary Sue Coleman
"As I said at the onset of this review, we place the highest importance on the well-being of our student-athletes and the integrity of our program. We continue to work with the NCAA to ensure that a thorough and objective investigation occurs."

Coleman's Previous Statement (9/2/09)

Statement from U-M Director of Athletics Bill Martin
"We continue to cooperate with the NCAA on this matter, which is why we reached out to both the Big Ten and the NCAA as soon as we heard the allegations. We remain committed to following both the letter and the intent of the NCAA rules."

NCAA Letter to Coleman (PDF)

Media Contact: Bruce Madej (734) 763-4423


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