By DORAN CUSHING and Times wires
© St. Petersburg Times, published September 14, 2001
AP: UF's Dupay aided in friend's gambling
Former Florida guard Teddy Dupay is listed as an uncharged co-defendant in a sworn complaint, accused of giving information about the Gators to a friend who allegedly bet on basketball games.
Dupay would not face criminal charges based on the information in the complaint, the Associated Press reported.
Last Friday, Florida declared Dupay ineligible when university police said they closed their investigation "into allegations of minor gambling infractions by a University of Florida student."
Dupay is not said to have bet on games, only to have provided information to his friend, the Associated Press reported. Dupay and the friend are the only names listed on the complaint. The friend's name wasn't reported by the Associated Press.
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