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NCAA plans to interview one Georgia player
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ATLANTA — The NCAA intends to interview only one Georgia player as part of its probe into improper benefits given to athletes by agents.

In an e-mail obtained by The Associated Press on Monday, Marcus Wilson, the NCAA's assistant director in charge of agents activities, outlined plans for the interview.

The NCAA is investigating possible rules violations at a party on Miami's South Beach in May. Wilson wants to find if the player was involved in, or knew about, NCAA rules violations.

Georgia redacted the student-athlete's name when releasing the e-mail. Standout wide receiver A.J. Green says he has never been to Miami and coach Mark Richt says the university will wait to see what happens.

Football players at Alabama, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina are part the probe.
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