The Title IX investigation into an alleged sexual assault involving three Michigan State University football players has been completed.
University spokesperson Jason Cody says as with any Title IX case involving students, the results will not be released due to the Family Educational and Privacy Act.
The investigation started a couple of weeks after a rape was reported to campus police on January 17th. The players were removed from on-campus housing and suspended from the team. Police have turned the investigation over to the Ingham County Prosecutor's Office. It's still reviewing the case.
We'll let you know if any charges come out of it.