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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Lynne Waters
University of Hawaii head football coach Greg McMackin says he won't discuss point-shaving allegations.
University of Hawaii coach Greg McMackin told reporters after Wednesday's practice that he's been asked not to comment on allegations that some players have been involved in point-shaving.
When asked whether the university or NCAA would investigate regardless of the police's decision, university spokeswoman Lynne Waters said she couldn't immediately comment.
Earlier, Waters declined to say whether the anonymous letter was referring to current members of the football team or incidents alleged to have happened in previous years.