As we have previously discussed the Miami investigation by the NCAA numerous times, here is more information on the investigation by the NCAA.
In this link, the NCAA is wanting to re-interview a former student athlete because his statements conflicted with some of the coaches and also conflicted with his original testimony in August 2011. According to 2 separate affidavits obtained by the AP, both the student witnesses said that they felt if they didn't say what the investigator wanted them to say, they feared they would have lost their NCAA eligibility.
This is very relevant because it mirrors what Clint Hurtt is claiming regarding "conflicting" statements between student witness testimony in August 2011 and his statements to the NCAA in December 2011. The NCAA currently has issued a Notice of Allegations (NoA) on Coach Clint Hurtt claiming he is in violation of Rule 10.1 or the unethical conduct section because they believe Coach Hurtt lied or misled them in that December 2011 interview. If it is determined that the student witness testimonies in August 2011 contained the misinformation and Coach Hurtt did not lie to the NCAA as claimed, we could see Coach Hurtt win his appeal and not face a show cause penalty associated with a Rule 10.1 violation.