MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -Kansas State discovered possible rules violations in its football program and is cooperating with the NCAA in an investigation.
Athletic director Tim Weiser said Tuesday the Big 12 school reported the violations to the governing body. He said the investigation centers around one former university employee, three former football players and two current members of the team.
``To this point there is no evidence that any member of the coaching staff, support staff or representatives of our athletics interests are involved,'' Weiser said.
He said the school hired outside counsel to assist in its internal investigation.
``We have never, nor will we ever, tolerate intentional violations of NCAA rules,'' Weiser said. ``Should it be determined that violations have occurred, we will take whatever steps necessary to ensure that we maintain the highest standard for compliance.''

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