INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana athletic director Rick Greenspan will resign at the end of December amid new NCAA allegations that the school failed to monitor the men's basketball team. The NCAA initially alleged former basketball coach Kelvin Sampson committed five major recruiting violations during his 1 1/2 years at the school but dropped one of the charges before school officials testified in front of the NCAA infractions committee. Indiana is awaiting a decision on penalties from the NCAA. The infractions committee listened to the university's defense on June 13-14.