NCAA Will Investigate U of M Over Booster's Phone Call 

A phone call to prized basketball recruit Abdul Gaddy's mother by FedEx president and CEO David Bronczek has triggered an investigation by the NCAA, according to FoxSports.com.

Oseye Gaddy, Abdul's mother, works for FedEx in Tacoma, Washington. She received a call from Bronczek in which she said her boss told her about the FedExForum and said positive things about Tigers coach John Calipari.

Read Jeff Goodman's article on FoxSports.com.

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