UM staying quiet about possible developments in NCAA investigation
Updated On: Jan 14 2013 07:59:23 AM EST
The NCAA may be reportedly getting ready to discuss specific allegations against the University of Miami, but the school is staying quiet about what it knows.
On Saturday, the Associated Press reported that two people with knowledge of the situation said the association was scheduling meetings to discuss its findings as early as Monday.
But on Sunday night, Miami's athletic director Blake James would neither confirm nor deny the report and said that the school would have no comment until the investigation process is complete.
"We're going to be very cooperative throughout the entire process as we've done, we'll continue to be cooperative with the process and we'll look forward to having the process end."
When asked whether or not he could see the "light at the end of the tunnel," James said it was "not something he could speculate on."
He added that the school will "deal with things as they come" and would not give any indication of whether or not he knew about the release of upcoming findings.
"I think we've done a great job of recognizing the situation and putting ourselves in a position to move forward as a program."
The Associated Press' sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because neither the NCAA nor Miami authorized them to talk about the developments publicly.
The NCAA investigation into the school's athletic program began nearly two years ago.
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