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USC Says It Has Not Received NCAA Infractons Report; UTEP’s Tim Floyd Expected To Be Mentioned In Report

As of Thursday afternoon, Southern California was still waiting to hear from the NCAA on when an infractions committee decision will be announced, meaning almost certainly nothing will happen this week, according to a report on

The NCAA typically notifies schools 48 hours in advance of an infractions announcement and then delivers the committee report 24 hours ahead of time, according to NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn. She would not speak directly to the USC case.

If there were to be an announcement on Friday, as has reported, the school would have been notified by now. But Thursday afternoon, USC assistant vice president for media relations James Grant, when asked by USA TODAY if the school had heard from the NCAA, replied, “no. We are still waiting.”

The investigation of the football program focuses on 2005 Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush. The investigation also will focus on basketball player O.J. Mayo, who received payments from an agent’s associate. USC has already enacted self-imposed sanctions on its basketball team after allegations that former coach Tim Floyd, who now coaches at UTEP, gave cash to the associate.

UTEP athletic director Bob Stull has said in published reports he believes the Floyd accusations are unlikely to be true.

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