NOVEMBER 2009 - Miami notifies NCAA of an internal investigation into potential violations
MARCH 2010 - Miami submits a reports multiple phone and text message rules violations to the NCAA
MAY 2010 - Miami submits a supplement to this report with additional violations
JUNE 2010 - NCAA enforcement staff and Miami conduct joint interviews
FALL 2010 - NCAA enforcement staff sends Miami a letter to begin the summary disposition process
FEBRUARY 23, 2011 - Nevin Shapiro sends a letter to the NCAA detailing potential Miami violations
MARCH 31 - MAY 27, 2011 - The enforcement staff interviewed the booster more than 20 times
AUGUST 15, 2011 - NCAA enforcement staff delivers a notice of inquiry to Miami and begins conducting interviews
AUGUST 30, 2011 - NCAA student-athlete reinstatement staff determines that eight Miami football student-athletes must sit out games and repay benefits
2012 - Through 2013, the NCAA enforcement staff conducted more than 70 interviews with current and former coaches, student-athletes and university administration, in addition to others connected with the case.
January 10, 2013 - NCAA enforcement staff notifies Miami that select NCAA staff worked with the criminal defense attorney for Nevin Shapiro to improperly obtain information for the purposes of the investigation through a bankruptcy proceeding that did not involve the NCAA
JANUARY 14-17, 2013 - NCAA enforcement staff notifies involved individuals of the procedural issue involving the criminal defense attorney
FEBRUARY 19, 2013 - NCAA enforcement staff issues a notice of allegations to Miami and the involved individuals
FEBRUARY 21, 2013 - Two former assistant men’s basketball coaches and a former assistant football coach submitted a request to dismiss the case or receive relief from the allegations
FEBRUARY 22, 2013 - Committee on Infractions holds a prehearing conference with involved individuals and the enforcement staff. Prehearing conferences are held to prevent new information from being introduced at the hearing
FEBRUARY 27, 2013 - After discussion with the full Committee on Infractions, the chair provided a structured course of action to handle the procedural issues while also detailing a plan to move the case forward fairly and efficiently. All involved people had until March 6 to respond to this plan.
MARCH 2 - 6, 2013 - Miami, one former assistant football coach and the involved basketball coaches provided their responses to the plan
MARCH 8, 2013 - The committee chair provided an amended plan based on these responses
MARCH 19 - APRIL 5, 2013 - All involved groups submitted their responses, including additional requests to dismiss the case from the university and coaches.
APRIL 23, 2013 - Committee on Infractions issues decision regarding motion to dismiss
MAY 20, 2013 - Miami and involved individuals submit response to the notice of allegations
MAY 22-23, 2013 - Prehearing conferences conducted with Miami and involved individuals
JUNE 13-14, 2013 - Committee on Infractions conducts hearing with Miami, involved individuals and the enforcement staff
OCTOBER 22 - NCAA releases report on UM investigation