The Colorado High School Activities Association finished its investigation into self-reported violations by Mullen and though the school will be on probation, it isn't on restriction which would have prevented its football team from playing in the postseason.
"Because Mullen has provided an appropriate action plan to prevent a reoccurrence, the CHSAA feels confident that both parties will be able to move forward from this situation," CHSAA commissioner Paul Angelico said in a statement.
In short, "There are no long-lasting ramifications," Angelico said in a phone interview Friday afternoon.
CHSAA said it wouldn't make details of Mullen's report public. This summer, though, sources told The Denver Post that the report alleged violations including contact with youth football players by an assistant coach, unauthorized fundraising, and misrepresenting parents' responsibility for the school's annual tuition.