By Associated Press - Saturday, January 28, 2017

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The University of Missouri has hired college sports attorney Mike Glazier to help its investigation into allegations of academic fraud.

Glazier is a managing member of the Overland Park-based law firm Bond, Schoeneck & King.

The Kansas City Star reports ( ) Missouri and the NCAA are conducting a joint investigation into allegations made by Yolanda Kuma, a former tutor at the university. She has said she performed or taken online classes or tests and helped with tests for 15 student-athletes, which violates NCAA rules.

Glazier specializes in NCAA infractions, eligibility and compliance matters and worked seven years as an NCAA attorney. He also led the university’s joint investigation into impermissible-benefits infractions in the men’s basketball program, which centered on a sham internship program in Georgia.


Information from: The Kansas City Star,

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