Earlier today, Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis and head coach Mark Dantonio met with the MSU Board of Trustees to brief them on the current state of the football program and athletic department that has a cloud of sexual assault allegations looming overhead.

Along with that briefing, the board was also given the 13-page Jones Day report which detailed the investigation into the program.

Here are a few of the findings from that report that beat writers are sharing. In short, it says that Dantonio followed university policy in reporting the allegations when they were brought to his attention. Interestingly, the report also states that they did not specifically look into “whether any individuals associated with the University violated criminal law or Title IX.”

After reviewing the report, the university board released a statement saying that they have “the utmost confidence” in both Hollis and Dantonio.

The full Jones Day report can be read below.

MSU releases Jones Day football report by LansingStateJournal on Scribd