"The University of Oregon athletic department has and will continue to fully cooperate with the NCAA inquiry," Oregon Director of Athletics Rob Mullens said in a released statement. "Our department is committed to helping the NCAA in any way possible and until their work is complete, we are unable to comment further. Oregon athletics remains committed to operating a program of integrity."
The Ducks have been the subject of stories regarding the use of outside recruiting services, including Scout.com. This morning, Willie Lyles, a Houston-based mentor was the subject of an story published by Yahoo! Sports, detailing his relationship with Oregon.
Mullins' statement is a follow up to an earlier statement this year regarding recruiting services.
Mullens Issues Follow-up Statement
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