Willie Lyles Reportedly Meets With NCAA Investigators About Oregon

Willie Lyles met with NCAA investigators early Tuesday afternoon to further discuss his involvement with the University of Oregon and head coach Chip Kelly, according to reports. The Houston-based scout announced the news on a podcast with Yahoo! Sports' college football reporter Dan Wetzel, which was later confirmed by The Register-Guard's George Schroeder.

Lyles told Wetzel he expects "they want to ask some different questions than they did in the first interview."

Lyles is the key facilitator in an NCAA investigation that implicates both Oregon and LSU for procuring illegal recruiting services. He previously met with NCAA investigators in May, answering numerous questions over the course of a six hour interview.

The now-notorious scout also informed Wetzel that he provided LSU explicit knowledge on movements of specific Texas high school recruits under the guise of a junior college package for the states of California and Kansas, as a method to skirt NCAA rules regarding a school's ability to acquire a single package per state.

For more on the Ducks, head over to SB Nation's Addicted to Quack and SB Nation Seattle. To read the latest on the ongoing Oregon recruiting scandal, keep up with this StoryStream.

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