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CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Miami senior 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's explanation is simple. He claims he said what the NCAA told him in 2011 was necessary to preserve his career.
Dye's attorney, Darren Heitner, said Saturday that his client stands by what he wrote, which has been obtained by The Associated Press. The NCAA has told Miami that it wants to interview Dye as soon it can, even over Memorial Day weekend, amid "Bylaw 10.1 concerns" - the rule covering unethical conduct by those involved in collegiate athletics.