The NCAA has cleared Michigan State University's athletic department of any wrongdoing regarding the NCAA's investigation into their involvement in the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal, according to MLive on Thursday morning.

The NCAA had been investigating MSU since January to see if the school committed any NCAA violations in relation to the Nassar situation as well as potential violations in regards to other incidents with the men's basketball and football programs.

MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman said in a statement on Thursday:

"We welcome closure in regards to the NCAA inquiry, MSU cooperated fully with the inquiry over the past several months and provided all requested documentation and access to key personnel."

The school is still under investigation by the Michigan Attorney General's Office.

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