Report questions top officials' leadership
DENVER -- In a blistering report that stopped short of calling for firings, an investigative panel said Tuesday that sex, alcohol and drugs were used to lure football recruits to the University of Colorado and lax oversight by top university officials is to blame.
The university's Board of Regents formally accepted the report, but did not order leadership changes, after holding a closed-door session Wednesday.
The board turned the recommendations of a special
investigative panel over ...
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