MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -West Virginia is investigating the disappearance of records associated with the school's football program.
Citing anonymous sources, The Charleston Gazette reported Tuesday that files kept in the private office of former coach Rich Rodriguez disappeared between Dec. 16 and Jan. 3, along with strength and conditioning records from the weight room.
Assistant athletic director Mike Fragale told The Associated Press some files are missing but declined to say what's in them. He said the athletic department won't have any further comment until its investigation is finished.
The newspaper report claimed the missing documents included players' personal contact information, scholarship payments and class attendance records.

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