New report points finger at O'Boyle
A new report into the investigation of private bank accounts established by former Chadron State College's head football coach Bill O'Boyle assigns the blame largely to O'Boyle and credits college administrators for investigating the accounts.
The Lincoln Journal-Star reports a recently released Chadron State College-NCAA investigative report says O'Boyle violated NCAA bylaws by opening the outside accounts to hold funds to finance the college's football program.
The college suspended O'Boyle in October and did not renew his contract.
In February, Nebraska Auditor Mike Foley's office criticized college
administrators for failing to control the three private bank accounts.
The NCAA-Chadron State investigative report largely exonerates college leaders and credits them for hiring an investigator once accounts were discovered.
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