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Condotta on the recently reported UW violations

At this point, most of you have heard about the secondary violations allegedly involving UW player hosts buying alcohol for underage recruits. In the interest of fairness, the link above takes you to yesterday's report from Bob Condotta via his Husky blog. The UW athletic department has told him there was nothing about alcohol on the report to the NCAA, and that the term "nightclub" shouldn't necessarily suggest a 21-and-over club. However, you can read that as you wish -- the UW does not explicitly deny that there was alcohol involved, only that it wasn't in the violation report. Additionally, they also refused to comment on the alcohol portion of the report when asked directly by KING 5 reporter Lisa Gangel. So make of that what you will. EDIT, 4:06 p.m.: Condotta has posted the actual report of the incident here. Read it for yourself and make of it what you will. However, I've been told by someone who deals with these sorts of things that it's common practice for the university to only be this specific in their reports and only comment on what's specifically in the report, especially if the punishment has already been accepted by the conference. So it might not be wise to read too much into a "no comment."

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