Miami defensive end Dyron Dye reportedly filed an incident report on Friday accusing an NCAA investigator of 'coercing' information from him.
Miami senior Dyron Dye will be interviewed by the NCAA for the third time Tuesday after a recently filed affidavit refutes some of his previous testimony in the Miami case.
Miami senior defensive lineman Dyron Dye is out indefinitely after suffering an injury to his right Achilles tendon that required surgery.
Former Miami assistant Clint Hurtt violated ethical conduct, misled investigators and received at least $7,025 from ponzi-scheming booster Nevin Shapiro, the NCAA alleges in an eight-page notice sent to Louisville, where Hurtt now coaches.
"Aubrey informed me he was resigning for personal reasons that have nothing to do with the University of Florida," Muschamp said. "Aubrey didn*t want to be a distraction to our team and our football program and he thought it was best for him to move on."

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