From the daily texan
After the 1,500 was complete, Hardee was one point shy of the record, so meet officials went back to check each event for possible mistakes. It was determined that Hardee's time in the 100-meters on Day 1 was actually .01 second faster than his collegiate record-setting time of 10.36, shaving it down to 10.35. That .01 second gave him three points to his total, enough to break the record.
"Any time a record is close to being broken, I always go back and verify the results," said meet official John Chaplin. "We re-read the photos from the running events. We found that in the 100 meters, Trey's time read 10.35. The pictures will be sent to USA Track and Field and the NCAA, and the records committee will give its final approval."
It seems like USATF and NCAA will looks at the photos and make the decisions.
My question is, whose looking back at pappas times to see if he was shorted a 100th in the 100