The Post and Courier: Clemson track coach had deposited meet funds into a personal account

CLEMSON — The State Law Enforcement Division says Clemson track coach Bob Pollock deposited money from track meets into a personal bank account.

Although an investigation by SLED found that Pollock and assistant coach Charles Foster collected more than $27,000 worth of track fees that did not go to the university, 13th circuit solicitor Robert Ariail recommended that no charges be filed in the case — partly because the two coaches have already paid restitution to Clemson.


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