A representative for Oliver told ABCNews.com that there are "no definitive" details on such committees. Gay rights organization Garden State Equality is also calling for a full investigation into Rutgers' administrators, saying that they knew about this video and the anti-gay harassment for months and did nothing.
"Homophobia, harassment, intimidation and bullying have no place at Rutgers or in our society today," the group said. "And that changing a culture of bias and hate must begin with leadership at the top."
Rice apologized Wednesday to the players, the Rutgers administration, fans and his family.
"There's no explanation for what's on that film," he said. "There's no excuse for it. I was wrong. And I want to tell everybody who's believed in me that I'm deeply sorry for the pain and hardship that I've caused."