Pac-12 school presidents took no action Sunday after learning the results of a conference-commissioned investigation into the Pac-12 Tournament basketball officiating controversy.

The Indiana-based college sports law practice of Ice Miller LLP said it interviewed 42 people at the Pac-12 and UA, watched video, and pored over documents before coming to many of the same conclusions that the conference’s own investigation did in April, when the Pac-12 said former officials coordinator Ed Rush improperly tried to prod officials into more closely monitoring Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller.

Read more in Monday's Arizona Daily Star