College football notebook: MSU settled two lawsuits for $1.2M

Michigan State paid $1.2 million combined to a woman and a former football player after two Title IX investigations first exonerated the player, then reversed that decision, ESPN reported Wednesday after an open records request.The football player received more money, after a lawsuit in which he said he was not properly informed of the second investigation.The agreement documented on May 20 made both parties involved “set aside” findings that the football player, Keith Mumphery, violated the school’s sexual conduct policy.Among the items ESPN uncovered, the school paid the woman — referred to as “Jane Doe” — $475,000, while Mumphery received $725,000. According to ESPN, the document states, “MSU agrees there were certain issues in the Title IX investigation, that, under the particular circumstances of this case, may warrant a new investigation and/or hearing.” The documents add that “MSU takes no position on the allegations between Mumphery and Doe.”–UCF quarterback Darriel Mack Jr. suffered a broken ankle in non-football related activity this week and will miss fall camp, coach Josh Heupel said.”We hope Darriel has a speedy recovery, but we are excited about the talent we have in the quarterback room to start the season,” Heupel said in a statement.

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