Included in the notice are alleged violations of NCAA bylaws in women's basketball in 2012; track and field in 2012-13; and in football, with many of the allegations dating back to the former football staff in 2010 and the withholding and reinstatement process around Laremy Tunsil in fall of 2015.
That's directly from Bjork. It's a statement that would've been vetted by UM legal.
What exactly does Robertson hope to find? Does he really believe Bjork would lie about something that we KNOW is going to be public record in a few months anyway? Is Robertson really that stupid and/or caught up in the rivalry?
Bjork would seriously damage his reputation and make himself almost unhireable after this if it came out in April or May that he was lying about the allegations. Bjork is a young guy still early in his career trying to make a name for himself. This isn't some 70 year old former Ole Miss player that's willing to lie for the good of the program. His reputation still matters. Not only that, but this is something that is going to come out formally in the near future. Who would be dumb enough to lie about something that's going to be public record in just a few months?
This is why there is no reason to be concerned about Steve making an FOI request. For one, he's not the only one that's done so, and the others aren't on a witch hunt. For another, what he's going to find is exactly what Bjork said would be involved.