Syracuse concludes hearing with NCAA

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Syracuse has completed a hearing before the NCAA on potential NCAA violations.

The two-day hearing before the NCAA Committee on Infractions concluded Friday in Chicago. School spokesman Kevin Quinn declined to offer details, but said none of the potential violations involves current student-athletes.

The probe of the athletic department involves issues with both the men's basketball program and football. Quinn said those issues ''occurred years ago'' with the exception of some in basketball between 2010 and early 2012.

In March 2012, school officials said the university had self-reported possible violations of its internal drug policy by former members of the team and that the NCAA was investigating. None of the members of that team was involved.

The school also acknowledged the NCAA had inquired into old allegations that players were allowed to practice and play despite being in violation of the school's drug policy.

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