LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Details are emerging about the violations University of Louisville Coach Clint Hurtt is accused of making while working as the assistant football coach at University of Miami.
The biggest charge in the report is Hurtt violated the principles of ethical conduct.
The NCAA says during a Nov. 3 interview in 2011 Hurtt provided false and misleading information when he denied providing meals, transportation and some of the lodging to four football recruits when he was at Miami.
Hurtt also denied arranging for booster, Nevin Shapiro who's now a convicted felon, to pay for the meals of the four recruits and three current players.
The NCAA says that was in direct contradiction to what the recruits and players told them.
In their letter, the NCAA said Louisville officials could attend the committee on the infractions hearing and also warned that action against Hurtt could limit Hurtt's duties with the Cards.
Hurtt disagrees with some of the charges and intends to fight those charges.