“At this time, the possible violations primarily involve the matters that the institution and the enforcement staff are reviewing in the football program,” reads a paragraph in the letter, which was distributed by USC sports information. “However, please note that new information often is developed during an investigation that leads to expanded inquiries. In the event such information is developed, you will be kept informed.”
The letter also says that it is the enforcement staff’s intent to conclude the investigation by the end of the calendar year.
“I’m concerned about trying to do whatever I can to help our team beat Georgia, that’s what I’m concerned about and that’s all our players are concerned about right now,” Spurrier said.