Oklahoma letter signals end of NCAA probation

University President David Boren has sent a letter to the NCAA stating that Oklahoma's athletic department conforms to the agency's rules, despite an investigation into potential violations by the men's basketball program.
Boren sent the letter to the NCAA's James Elworth last week as
Oklahoma's probation for major rules violations by the football and
men's basketball programs was set to expire. It was obtained by The
Associated Press on Tuesday through an open records request.
Boren stated that Oklahoma's "athletic policies and practices
conform to all the requirements of NCAA regulations as required at
the conclusion of our probationary period."
Oklahoma's probation was due to end May 23, but the university
and the NCAA are investigating whether the basketball team broke
any rules before then.


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