The state's top prosecutor said Wednesday he would consider reopening a criminal investigation into the University of Colorado's sex-and-alcohol recruiting scandal if he finds any new evidence that would hold up in court.
A judge has rejected requests to unseal the grand jury investigation of the sex-and-booze scandal surrounding the University of Colorado football program, saying he could only release the report had no indictment been returned.
A grand jury investigation into whether booze and sex were used to entice Colorado football recruits ended with an indictment against just one person -- a former low-level school employee accused Tuesday of soliciting a prostitute for himself.
A state grand jury Thursday wrapped up its investigation into the sex-and-alcohol recruiting scandal in Colorado's football program. There was no immediate word on whether the panel handed up any criminal indictments.
Suspended University of Colorado football coach Gary Barnett told recruits the investigation of alleged sexual assaults by recruits will be a test of the team and its resolve, calling it a "bump in the road," the Daily Camera reported Monday.
The independent commission investigating the University of Colorado recruiting scandal convened for the first time Tuesday and declared its top priority is getting to the bottom of allegations that recruits are offered sex and alcohol.