Miami player goes to Coral Gables police to report NCAA
With his college eligibility now in question, University of Miami defensive end Dyron Dye has brought his issues with the NCAA to the Coral Gables Police Department.
Dye and his attorney, Darren Heitner, on Friday filed an incident report in which Dye alleges being “coerced” by former NCAA investigator Rich Johanningmeier to provide answers that would aid the NCAA’s attempts to confirm incriminating information in its investigation of the UM athletic department. (Miami Herald
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