Calipari, Noel Not Worried About NCAA Inquiry

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Updated: 10/02/2012 8:03 pm
Kentucky head coach John Calipari says he is "very confident" nothing serious will come of the NCAA's inquiry into Nerlens Noel.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - John Calipari says he's not worried about the NCAA's ongoing investigation into Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel.

Calipari calls the NCAA's inquiry pretty routine considering Noel reclassified from the class of 2013 to the class of 2012.

The UK head coach says he is "very confident" that nothing serious will come of it.

Noel says he's not worried either.

The NCAA has sent enforcement officials to the two high schools Noel attended. According to reports, the NCAA is interested in the people who were surrounding Noel during his recruitment and how he paid for unofficial visits to colleges, such as Kentucky.
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