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Monday, May 17, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7

SCANDAL
Continued from Page 1
*Although Ellerbe coached Bullock,
Traylor and Taylor for at least one season,
he insists that the current program -
including his recently-secured recruiting
class - is in total compliance with
NCAA regulations.
"We know that everything has been
solid, above the board, and done the right
way," Ellerbe said of his program and
recruiting practices. "I look back and -
0 really amazing that we have the

(recruiting) class we do. No one had to
climb the mountains we had to climb -
we just had to battle all the time" against
past allegations and rumors, Ellerbe said.
In the fall of 1997, the University com-
pleted an internal investigation into its
basketball program, which was conduct-
ed by a Kansas law firm.
The firm's report was forwarded to the
NCAA, who concluded that two minor
violations had occurred as a result of
Martin's interaction with recruits. The
NCAA accepted the University's self-
imposed recruiting sanctions, which

included a one-year reduction in campus
visits, and decided against further puni-
tive measures.
The recent developments regarding
Martin and former players have brought
to question whether the NCAA may
again turn its attention toward the Fisher-
era scandal. But NCAA director of
enforcement Chuck Smrt outlined specif-
ic time limitations associated with viola-
tions and infractions.
"There is a four year statute of limita-
tions;" from an original reported incident,
Smrt said, but pointed out three specific

exceptions.
If the athletes who allegedly received
cash payments are still current students,
or if there is a pattern of willful violations
that carries into the four year period or if
there is "blatant disregard" for recruiting
regulations, the statute does not apply,
Smrt said.
University education Prof. Percy
Bates, who assisted in the original inves-
tigation, said that he is unaware of the
FBI uncovering anything with regard to
student-athletes that University did not
consider in its final report in the fall of

1997.
"What the FBI is doing now is inde-
pendent of us (the University)," Bates
said. "This is an investigation of Ed
Martin, not the University. We sincerely
hope what we reported (to the NCAA)
was all there was to report"
Nevertheless, Goss said he has been in
contact with the NCAA in the past two
weeks, and hopes to work together with
officials in regard to the matter.
- Daily News Editor Michael Grass
and Daily Staff Reporter Jason Stoffer
contributed to this report.

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