Mizzou declines to comment on AP survey in response to FBI college basketball probe

The Associated Press asked 84 universities if they were self-evaluating their programs as the FBI investigates bribe schemes in college basketball. (File).

In response to the FBI investigation surrounding college basketball bribery schemes, several schools told the Associated Press they're doing some self-evaluation.

The AP asked 84 universities if they were reviewing their programs as a response to the federal probe.

The majority said no, dozens said yes. Mizzou, along with about 20 other schools, declined to comment.

In September, federal agents arrested several people including four college basketball coaches for their alleged involvement in the bribery schemes.

For a full list of the schools asked and their responses, click here.

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