The NCAA's investigation into the University of Hawaii men's basketball program is expanding. Many players tell the Honolulu Star-Advertiser they've either already been interviewed by NCAA investigators or have been told to make themselves available to be questioned. Several current and former players say investigators are asking about various aspects of head coach Gib Arnold's program. The NCAA was first tipped off to an issue regarding an international recruit back in January. Assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Brandyn Akana ended up being suspended for 30 days by the university.