CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Two people with knowledge of the situation tell The Associated Press that the NCAA is scheduling meetings to discuss allegations with specific individuals involved in the long investigation of Miami's athletic compliance practices.
Some of the meetings have been scheduled for Monday, said the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because neither the NCAA nor Miami authorized them to reveal the developments publicly. Reviewing specific findings is perceived as a sign that the investigation is ending and that Miami may finally receive its notice of allegations letter in the coming days.
Sanctions would be expected several months after that letter arrives.
Miami has been under NCAA investigation since 2011.
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