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Illinois women's basketball investigation finds no wrongdoing, discrimination

Illinois women's basketball investigation finds no wrongdoing, discrimination

An independent investigation launched by the University of Illinois into claims of racial discrimination on the women's basketball team showed no wrongdoing, the school said Monday. The university released findings of the investigation, which was conducted by the Chicago law firm Pugh, Jones and Johnson and included more than 18,000 documents, 33 interviews, statements from eight players and reviews of game and practice video. The report recommended the university clarify expectations for coaches' conduct and more clearly define the relationship between coaches and parents, while also "enhancing resources for student-athletes to report concerns or complaints about their...

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