The NCAA is investigating a possible sex-scandal in Ohio that led to a $15,000 fine and five suspensions of high school football players and their coaches.
The NCAA says it has interviewed coaches and players who attended Ohio State University during the spring and summer of 2014.
The school suspended five players for violating NCAA rules.
NCAA investigators are probing whether any coaches were aware of the alleged sexual abuse.
The investigation is continuing.
The investigation was first reported by the Columbus Dispatch.
The Columbus Dispatch is owned by The Associated Press, a division of Hearst Newspapers Inc. (AP)This story was updated at 12:06 p.m. to include additional information from the NCAA.