Miami scandal: NCAA wants to meet with Hurricanes TE Dyron Dye

Joel Auerbach

The NCAA may already be embarrassed thanks to its investigation of Miami athletics, but the college athletics governing body is going back to the well one more time.

NCAA investigators want to meet with Miami tight end Dyron Dye to discuss the school's Nevin Shapiro-related scandal, according to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press. It would be at least the third meeting between Dye and the NCAA.

State of the U, SB Nation's Miami blog, finds the news less than amusing.

The investigation into Miami has left the NCAA with quite a bit of egg on its face, and in late March the school filed a motion to have the case dropped. Mark Emmert and the NCAA found that idea to be ridiculous and were just so hurt that the jerks at Miami would be such a bunch of meanies.

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