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January 22, 2009 at 12:28 PM

Violation update

A Pac-10 official said today that the University of Washington has officially self-reported a violation to the conference in connection with recruiting visits last weekend. The conference received the report today.
Here is background from yesterday’s blog on the violation and what UW says it expected to self-report.
The official said the conference will forward the report to its compliance staff to investigate. From there it will then be reviewed by the conference’s Compliance and Enforcement Committee, which meets three times a year. Its next meeting isn’t scheduled for a few months, however, so there won’t be any official resolution to this for a while.
The Pac-10 official said the conference cannot comment on the specifics of what UW reported.
All indications, though, are that violation will be classified as secondary and will result in a reprimand or something of that nature with no surprises expected.

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