Though South Carolina was not named or implicated in the ongoing federal investigation into NCAA basketball, a former assistant coach — Lamont Evans — was charged in the case.

Evans was working for Oklahoma State at the time of his alleged wrongdoing, though, so the Gamecocks haven’t faced any discipline as of yet.

However, that didn’t stop AD Ray Tanner from taking the investigation as a chance to review all of South Carolina’s athletics.

On Friday, he reiterated that the Gamecocks are not under federal investigation, but added that the school will hire a third party to look into the program:

Whether or not the investigation turns anything up remains to be seen, but Tanner and the Gamecocks are at least taking a proactive approach in the wake of one of the biggest scandals in college basketball history.

In the coming days and weeks, we may see other SEC schools take similar courses of action.