Durkin's future with the program remains uncertain after he was placed on administrative leave more than two months ago, following the death of former player Jordan McNair that was deemed to be a result of heatstroke at an offseason workout in May.
Maryland's board of regents will be briefed on the results of the probe on Friday, but the meetings will be held in a closed session with no media availabilities. A second meeting next Tuesday in Baltimore will discuss "the process of making any decisions necessary to safeguard the well-being of student-athletes at UMCP (University of Maryland, College Park) and at public universities across Maryland."
The findings and announcement of initial decisions are expected to be shared within the week following the Tuesday meeting, according to a release from the school.
"While the final stage of that process begins on October 19th, members of the board will need appropriate time to study the findings, ask follow-up questions, come to conclusions, and consider any potential outcomes," USM board of regents chair James T. Brady said.
"As public servants, we have an obligation to take the time necessary to get this right. Once the board has had the time it needs to review the findings, the information will be shared with people of Maryland in a fully transparent fashion."