The Miami Hurricanes, who suspended linebacker Juwon Young on Friday for breaking team rules, are investigating a potential NCAA violation, according to the Miami Herald.
The Herald, citing a source, reported that Young was suspended for using a luxury vehicle for a car agency, and it was unclear as to whether he paid for the car.
The university also is looking into whether another player -- defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad -- was involved with the car agency and broke NCAA rules. He has not been suspended.
Young finished the 2015 season with 57 tackles with an interception and a forced fumble. Muhammad had 54 tackles last season and was in the mix to start this upcoming season.
Miami suspends Juwon Young, reportedly looks into possible NCAA violation