The University of Colorado Board of Regents says it will wait for suggestions from the school president before deciding whether anyone will take the fall for the football recruiting scandal.
The board today formally accepted a scathing investigative report that concluded administrators didn't condone sexual misconduct or alcohol abuse, but repeatedly failed to keep tabs on athletics.
Regents then turned the 50-page report over to university President Elizabeth Hoffman.
She was singled out in the report for failing to act until she was pressured by lawmakers and Governor Owens earlier this year.
Hoffman says she'll have a preliminary plan by the end of the month on what steps will be taken in response to the scandal.