Kansas coach Bill Self said he is unable to comment on a 2015 University of Kansas investigation that Jayhawks player Lagerald Vick likely hit a female student multiple times, reading from a prepared statement Wednesday night. The Kansas City Star reported Monday that the KU Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access ruled, based on a preponderance of evidence, that Vick likely committed domestic violence. The office recommended two years of university probation. Vick was not charged with a crime. It is unknown whether Vick was suspended, though he has not missed games and played in Kansas' 73-68 win over No. 2 Baylor on Wednesday night. "I have been told that I cannot comment on a university investigation, or whether one is or is not taking place, or has ever taken place," Self said Wednesday. "Due to previous practice by the university and by the athletic department, I would not be giving any details of such investigation.