Monday, February 13, 2012

Georgia Tech Awaiting Word From NCAA Regarding Violations

An update on the NCAA investigation into illegal texts to a recruit from now resigned assistant coach Todd Spencer...
Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson said on Thursday he really doesn't know anything more about the NCAA's investigation into a recruiting violation the program self-reported than what has already been publicized. Much like Georgia Tech fans, Johnson is waiting to hear back from the NCAA.

"I don't even know if they finished the investigation, really," he said. "I'm concerned about it, but at the same time, I think the school has done everything they can do. It's not like we didn't find it ourselves and take care of it. That part of it, we've done all we could do."
The Yellow Jackets are also still awaiting word on their appeal of the penalties stemming from the 2009 case involving impermissible benefits to Demaryius Thomas from an agent.

ESPN: Off-field questions still remain for Jackets

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