(Bloomington) -- Indiana University Athletics Director Rick Greenspan will conduct a one-week investigation into NCAA allegations against men's head basketball coach Kelvin Sampson. University president Michael McRobbie announced the probe, which will include what further action will be taken. The NCAA report found what is described as five major violations stemming from impermissible telephone calls to potential recruits. McRobbie said he is "deeply disappointed" by the allegations. Recommendations are due back to McRobbie on February 22nd. Greenspan will be assisted in the investigation by General Counsel Dorothy Frapwell and faculty representative on the Athletics Committee Bruce Jaffee. The Hoosiers are at home Saturday night against Michigan State. A reply to the NCAA is due in May.
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