Clint Hurtt back with Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Clint Hurtt is back coaching the Louisville Cardinals as he awaits to hear the results from an NCAA investigation of the University of Miami.
The Cardinals defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator returned for Tuesday's first practice after being placed on paid administrative leave this spring to allow him to respond to an NCAA letter of allegations that he received money and provided impermissible benefits to recruits while he was a Hurricanes assistant. The letter also alleged that Hurtt provided false and misleading information during the probe, a violation of ethical conduct rule 10.1.
Hurtt met with the NCAA this summer and a decision is pending.
Cardinals coach Charlie Strong did not provide any investigation updates after Tuesday's practice, saying only that Hurtt is "just working on the field."
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