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Here's how each top NCAA school is reacting to hoops probe

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Posted at 12:56 PM, Oct 16, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-16 15:56:45-04

The Associated Press asked 84 top universities with major basketball programs as well as six top conferences about their response to a federal corruption scandal that has overshadowed college hoops as the season gets ready to begin.

Of 64 schools that responded, 29 said the probe prompted their own internal reviews. So did the Pac-12 conference, which formed a task force to dive into the culture and issues of recruiting. Another 35 schools and the Big East Conference said they were not specifically responding to the federal probe, though many of the "no" responses came with the caveat that the school's athletic department is always reviewing its compliance.

Here's a full list of how each school and conference responded to the question: "Are you reviewing your own basketball program - internally or with a consultant - as a response to the federal probe?"

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   YES:

   Alabama

   Arizona

   Arkansas

   Auburn

   Baylor

   California

   Clemson

   Colorado

   Creighton

   Duke

   Florida State

   Kansas

   Kansas State

   Louisville

   Miami

   Michigan State

   NC State

   North Carolina

   Oklahoma

   Oklahoma State

   Ole Miss

   South Carolina

   St. John's

   Stanford

   TCU

   UNLV

   Southern California

   Wichita State

   Wisconsin

   Pac-12 Conference

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   NO:

   Arizona State

   Butler

   DePaul

   Gonzaga

   Illinois

   Indiana

   Iowa

   Iowa State

   LSU

   Marquette

   Maryland

   Memphis

   Michigan

   Minnesota

   Nebraska

   Northwestern

   Notre Dame

   Ohio State

   Oregon

   Oregon State

   Penn State

   Pittsburgh

   Purdue

   Rutgers

   SMU

   San Diego State

   Syracuse

   Texas

   UConn

   Utah

   Virginia

   Virginia Tech

   Washington

   Washington State

   Xavier

   Big East

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   DECLINED RESPONSE:

   Boston College

   Florida

   Georgetown

   Georgia

   Georgia Tech

   Harvard

   Kentucky

   Mississippi State

   Missouri

   Providence

   Saint Mary's

   Seton Hall

   Tennessee

   Texas A&M

   Texas Tech

   UCLA

   Vanderbilt

   Villanova

   Wake Forest

   West Virginia

   ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, SEC conferences