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Feds give NCAA go-ahead to begin investigating schools in college basketball scandal


The federal government has given the NCAA a nod of approval to begin looking into potential NCAA violations tied to certain schools implicated in the federal basketball investigation, according to multiple sources. This serves as the first step of what could be one of the broadest and most important investigations in the history of the NCAA’s enforcement division. (Yahoo! Sports)

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