STORRS, Conn.—The University of Connecticut says the public will likely have to wait to see its response to the NCAA's allegations of major violations in the school's men's basketball program.
The school has until Tuesday to respond to the May report, which found eight major violations of NCAA regulations.
The university was expected to respond by Aug. 20, but that deadline has been moved twice, first to Sept. 3 and then to Tuesday. The school says it will meet the latest deadline, but that compliance officials must then go over the document before it's released to the media.
Some information will likely be redacted to meet state privacy and Freedom of Information Act requirements.