CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Miami has fired longtime equipment manager Bobby Revilla, citing violation of university policy.

Revilla had been with the Hurricanes' football program since 1982, and a full-time employee at the school since 1986. He was at Miami's football practice on Monday morning, then fired later in the day.

His dismissal is not believed to be related to the ongoing NCAA investigation into Miami's compliance practices. A message seeking comment from Revilla was not immediately returned.

Revilla was part of all five of Miami's football national-title seasons, the first of those coming when he was a student manager in 1983. He went to 25 bowl games with the Hurricanes.

The university appointed Ralph Nogueras to serve as its interim head equipment manager.