CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- An attorney for Clemson's track and field coach who was cleared of wrongdoing by a state investigation says the coach's money transfers were approved by the university.
Bob Pollock's attorney, Beattie Ashmore, said Wednesday the practice of taking money from track meets and despositing it into an account had been done with the approval of Clemson administrators.
The State Law Enforcement Division investigated the money transfers and a prosecutor decided this month that Pollock and assistant track coach Charles Foster would not face criminal charges.
The school docked both coaches' salaries to make up the more than $27,000 in dispute.
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