MIAMI (AP) - FIU coach Ron Turner is apologizing for the conduct of some players who used a public outdoor shower after a beach workout Friday and disrobed in public.
The incident took place on Crandon Park Beach in Key Biscayne, Fla., about 20 miles east of FIU's main campus. Miami-Dade police say they were called to investigate reports that a group of players were unclothed in view of other beachgoers.
No charges were filed, and police say none are expected. Turner says some players rinsed off at the public showers ``and a few of them made a poor decision and changed their clothes in public.''
The team was at the beach for a cookout commemorating the end of preseason conditioning. The school's investigation will continue.

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