BYU says it has 'not located any evidence' that fanatics used racial slurs toward Duke player After investigating the allegation that
fanatics used racial slurs during the Brigham Young University-Duke volleyball in shape on Aug. 26, BYU stated it found no evidence to corroborate
the incident, the university introduced Friday. BYU says it "reached out to greater than 50 individuals who attended the event" as part of the
investigation, and reviewed all available video and audio recordings. "From our great assessment, we've got not determined any proof to corroborate the
allegation that fans engaged in racial heckling or uttered racial slurs at the occasion," the private college in Provo, Utah, said in a statement.
"As we said earlier, we might now not tolerate any behavior that might make a scholar-athlete sense risky. That is the reason for our instant
reaction and our thorough investigation." As a end result of the investigation, the college lifted the ban on the fan diagnosed as someone
who used racial slurs even as heckling a Duke volleyball participant. BYU also apologized to the fan for "any worry the ban has prompted."
The university continued their declaration making sure they were thorough in the course of the research technique and reiterated that if
every body has evidence opposite to their findings, they're invited to return forward. "Despite being unable to locate helping evidence