went to Miami last month to conduct interviews, any chance we get resolution or at least a statement of some kind out of the NCAA before the end of next basketball season on Frank Haith and Nevin Shapiro's allegation against him?
NCAA investigators spent several days in Miami earlier this month as part of the continued inquiry into the Hurricanes' athletic compliance practices, said two people familiar with the situation.
It's unknown when the investigation will end, both people told The Association Press Friday on condition of anonymity because information about the probe has not been publicly released. When the probe is over, Miami would first receive a notice of allegations, then have the chance to appear before the NCAA's infractions committee.
Typically, when investigators visit a campus, they are either conducting interviews with athletic department personnel, reviewing documents, or both. The NCAA generally does not provide status updates during their investigations, and university officials only have said they are continuing to cooperate with the terms of the inquiry.