Last week it was reported that the investigation into the Washington State football program concerning wide receiver Marquess Wilson's claim of abuse had wrapped up and it led people to believe that the conference had finished their investigation as well.
However, the Pac-12 continues to look into the Wilson situation. I talked to a Pac-12 official on Wednesday and they said the matter is still not resolved.
"Our team continues to conduct its independent review and is not operating on a specific timetable. As we promised to Washington State, we are conducting the review as thoroughly and expeditiously as possible."
The conference has already been on the ground in Pullman talking to a number of people involved in the situation. Although not confirmed by anyone associated with the school or the conference, I wouldn't be surprised if the Pac-12 investigative team makes another visit to Pullman and talks to more people involved in the situation.
Now, some may take that as the conference is digging around more because new information has been revealed, but I think the more likely scenario is that the conference wants to do a complete investigation and make sure they gather all the facts necessary to file a complete report.
What I do know for a fact is that the school has completed their investigation into the matter and there is some new information that I've learned today. The school will likely draft a formal summary of the investigation in the next 7-10 days and I've been told that nothing "earth shattering" will come of it.
However, let's remember that this investigation has been done by the school. They may have found no issues, but, that doesn't mean the Pac-12 won't find any. But, I would be surprised if their independent investigations didn't match up at the end of the day.
Again, there has been no timetable set up by the conference on this matter. The conference was informed by President Floyd to do an in-depth report and take the necessary time to reach a conclusion.