New reports emerged on Monday pertaining to the ongoing NCAA investigation and the University of Miami's men's basketball program and football team.
The first report -- courtesy of CBSSports.com's sources -- revolves around former basketball coach Frank Haith potentially facing charges of unethical conduct when he receives his notice of allegations soon. The source also told CBSSports.com that former Haith assistants Jake Morton, Jorge Fernandez and Michael Schwartz will each be charged with unethical conduct.
The other -- according to the Associated Press' sources -- involves two former assistant coaches being told they will be charged with unethical conduct for not cooperating with the investigation when UM receives its notice of allegations.
Haith's attorney has already told The Miami Herald the CBSSports.com story is "premature."