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Release of UWGB probe still could be weeks away

7:23 PM, May 8, 2013
UW-Green Bay head coach Brian Wardle shows his disappointment as he walks off the court after the Phoenix were defeated in double overtime by Wright State 68-70 in Thursday night's Horizon League game at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. Photo by Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
UW-Green Bay head coach Brian Wardle shows his disappointment as he walks off the court after the Phoenix were defeated in double overtime by Wright State 68-70 in Thursday night's Horizon League game at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon. Photo by Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
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The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has not yet received a report from local attorney Joseph Nicks, who was charged with conducting the investigation of men's basketball coach Brian Wardle.

But when it does, that may not mean an announcement about the coach's future will soon follow.

That's because under Wisconsin Statute 19.356, which is part of the public records law, Wardle will have 10 days to challenge how much of the report is released to the public. University Chancellor Thomas Harden could make his decision on Wardle's future before that 10-day waiting period, but he would not be ...

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