Updated May 6, 1:20 p.m.
The University Interscholastic League has determined that a student's disqualification from a track meet had everything to do with the athlete's disrespectful behavior and nothing to do with his religious beliefs, according to a statement released Monday.
The results of the UIL investigation follow Gov. Rick Perry's Friday request for a deeper review, after hearing that the athlete's father believed his son had made a religious gesture.
According to the UIL's statement, even the athlete's father now concedes that his son was not making a religious gesture ...