BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Indiana's athletic director has seven days to investigate the NCAA's accusations of recruiting violations against coach Kelvin Sampson and then recommend what steps the university should take, the school's president said Friday.
``I am deeply disappointed by these allegations,'' Indiana president Michael McRobbie said during a news conference. ``I fully understand the desire by many people for us to move quickly to bring this situation to resolution and we intend to do just that.''
ool and NCAA investigators.
The allegations of five major NCAA infractions set off widespread debate over what the university should do next and whether Sampson should continue coaching at Indiana, which hasn't had a major NCAA rules violation in nearly half a century.
McRobbie said he does not have preconceived ideas of what Greenspan's conclusions will be, so he is not sure what actions the university will take.
``Let there be no doubt, these are serious allegations of misconduct,'' McRobbie said.
He said officials must balance a prompt resolution with the need to be fair to Sampson and his staff.

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