TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Florida State officials say the NCAA has found no new allegations of academic cheating by school athletes.
The university in February reported the results of its own investigation into the scandal involving 61 athletes, including about 30 football players.
The results of an NCAA investigation that followed were disclosed Friday in Florida State's response to the allegations.
The school already has imposed sanctions on itself, including the loss of scholarships and suspensions of athletes. The NCAA will hold a hearing Oct. 18 on whether Florida State will face additional penalties.

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