Coach Kelvin Sampson's future with No. 13 Indiana is being decided on a game-by-game basis, ESPN.com reported. The report said there is an air of uncertainty on the staff regarding Sampson's status after he was accused of five major NCAA infractions.
The Indianapolis Star reported on its Web site that IU president Michael McRobbie would announce a school investigation into the allegations today, and that athletic director Rick Greenspan would offer a recommendation within a few days.
There's no guarantee the NCAA would reduce Indiana's potential penalties if Sampson was fired, and the university, which has spent the past decade paying millions of dollars to fired coaches and athletic directors, could wind up in another costly split-up.