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C. Peter Magrath, the university’s interim president, said in a telephone interview that the N.C.A.A. found two secondary violations, but not “the big bad stuff that can get you sanctioned.”
One of Broadus’s lawyers, Don Jackson, said that the report cleared Broadus’s name with the N.C.A.A. and that he looked forward to resuming coaching. Jackson blamed the university for the off-court problems.
“It’s the fault of a university to not have the infrastructure in place to support the student-athletes,” he said.