RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - VCU says that it has not found any evidence of any wrongdoing by former men's basketball coach Will Wade.
According to a Yahoo Sports report, NCAA enforcement staff have spent parts of the past six months looking into Wade's recruiting tactics at Louisiana State University, where he is now the head coach, and during part of his time at VCU.
Sources told Yahoo Sports that the "NCAA's interest appears to be in its exploratory and information-gathering stages."
Wade was an assistant coach at VCU from 2009 to 2013, and was the head coach of the Rams from 2015 to 2017.
In a statement on Monday, VCU says that it has not been contacted by the NCAA regarding Wade.
Full statement from Ed McLaughlin, VCU's vice president and director of athletics:
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