LAWRENCE, Kan. -- University of Kansas chancellor Douglas Girod says the school didn't produce any written reports after an independent examination of the athletics department during a federal investigation of corruption in college basketball.
Girod said Monday he was given verbal briefings after the Kansas review last fall but he didn't think an external written report was necessary.
The review came before Kansas was named earlier this month as one of the schools where a former Adidas representative allegedly arranged payments to parents of athletes to ensure they committed to the schools.
When The Lawrence Journal-World filed an open records request seeking all written reports related to the review, Kansas officials said no such records exist.
Girod said in an interview the school has found no evidence related to the alleged scheme.