University of Missouri officials are keeping tight-lipped about an NCAA probe of alleged violations involving the men’s basketball program. A 22-page report from the NCAA summarizes the eight-month investigation. There are ten general allegations of rules violations – nine of them involving the basketball program and one dealing with the football program from the time Larry Smith was the team’s head coach. The university has blacked out the names of those mentioned specifically by the NCAA. But there is an allegation that one of the assistant coaches paid a former basketball player $250. That player is believed to be Ricky Clemons, since he claims he was paid. The school will file a response to the letter of allegations on or about July 1st.