College roundup: U. of Miami football player to meet again with NCAA
University of Miami football player Dyron Dye has agreed to meet for a third time with NCAA investigators, who want to know why there are discrepancies between what he told them in 2011 and what he wrote in a recent affidavit to support a former Hurricanes assistant coach.
And according to that affidavit, Dye says he said what the NCAA told him in 2011 was necessary to preserve his career.
Dye already has been sanctioned once for his involvement in an impermissible benefits scandal.
The NCAA has told Miami that it has found discrepancies between what Dye told them in 2011 and with what he wrote in an affidavit supporting the case of former assistant coach Aubrey Hill, who is fighting an unethical conduct charge.
• Blaz Rola of Ohio State beat No. 8 seed Henrique Cunha of Duke 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 in a quarterfinal of the NCAA singles tennis championships in Urbana, Ill. Rola will play Japie De Klerk of Tulsa today.
• A Notre Dame spokesman said quarterback Everett Golson, who led the team to the national championship game, is no longer enrolled at the school. No reason was given.
• Senior Ethan Freet of Ohio Wesleyan earned All-America honors with a fourth-place finish in the 400 meters at the NCAA Division III championships in LaCrosse, Wis.
Freet also anchored the Bishops’ 1,600 relay team, which finished third.
— From staff, wire reports