AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Officials with the University of Texas at Austin say an internal review of athletics admissions found no additional cases of students fraudulently awarded entry after the school was snared in a national bribery scandal.

Former UT men’s tennis coach Michael Center was fired one day after he was indicted. Center pleaded guilty in April to accepting about $100,000 in bribes for helping a student get into the school as an athletic recruit, despite the teen never having played the sport competitively.

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School President Greg Fenves on Monday recommended admissions changes to ensure coaches provide more detailed assessments of recruits and deeper scrutiny by school officials. Those steps are designed to ensure a student is a legitimate athlete.

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The review covered more than 800 athletes enrolled from summer 2012 to spring 2017, and all men’s tennis athletes over the last 18 years.

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