LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Louisville's athletic director says assistant coach Clint Hurtt will remain on the Cardinals football staff while he answers NCAA allegations of ethical misconduct while coaching at Miami.
Athletic director Tom Jurich said Thursday he doesn't see a need to change Hurtt's role or status with the program right now, but that he couldn't say whether Hurtt will be with Louisville next season.
Hurtt has until May 20 to respond to the allegations and the AD says ``we'll just wait until the 90 days are up and see what the resolution is through the NCAA.''
The NCAA notified Hurtt and the university on Tuesday of the violations the sports governing body believes he committed as a Hurricanes assistant. Hurtt is accused of providing false information during the organization's investigation of Miami.

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