FORT WORTH, Tex. — NCAA investigators arrived on the Texas Christian University campus Wednesday to look into reports that as many as 29 players accepted money from alumni trying to beef up the school's football program.
"It will be the shortest investigation in NCAA history," former TCU regent Dick Lowe said, predicting the university will tell all to the investigators.
TCU turned itself in to the NCAA for inspection and suspended seven players, including All-American running back Kenneth Davis, who admitted taking money from boosters.
The investigators met Wednesday with TCU Coach Jim Wacker and TCU Athletic Director Frank Windegger. TCU spokesman Charlie Dierker said the NCAA has asked Wacker and Windegger not to comment on the investigation.