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IU, NCAA Reach Basic Agreement On Sampson

Indiana accepted most of the findings of the NCAA, and most critically that Kelvin Sampson misled the NCAA, didn't control his staff, and didn't take compliance seriously.

Sampson continues to maintain his innocence. However, former assistant Jerry Green told the NCAA it was no accident:

"I see absolutely, uh, no way, uh, that that could've been an accident that they, it had to have been done purposefully because there was too much information that was given to the coaching staff to, uh, in my opinion, to keep them from making a major mistake. They were informed, maybe not the first day, maybe not the first month, but after it got going, everybody, in my opinion knew the process, what we needed to do and I, I don't see any way that it, could have happened, uh, legally."