LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California athletic director Mike Garrett and another senior administrator have gone online to discuss twin NCAA investigations involving the Trojans' football and basketball programs.
Video statements from Garrett and Todd Dickey, senior vice president for administration, were posted on the university's web site Thursday, two days after Tim Floyd resigned as basketball coach following allegations that he paid to have O.J. Mayo delivered to the Trojans.
Dickey addressed the fact that no one from USC has spoken publicly about the allegations of NCAA violations involving Mayo and Heisman Trophy-winning running back Reggie Bush.

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