The long and never-ending saga that is the NCAA investigation into the University of Miami took another twist over the weekend when UM football player Dyron Dye went to the Coral Gables Police to file a police report over an NCAA investigator.
While the University of Miami continues to await word from the NCAA on the Nevin Shapiro scandal; the school has instituted new rules it hopes will prevent a similar incident in the future.
The University of Miami has agreed to repay back $83,000 to settle their obligations in the bankruptcy case of admitted Ponzi schemer and former athletics booster Nevin Shapiro.
As the Canes prepared to open their season Monday night at Maryland, the faithful were trying to keep a stiff upper lip amid the distraction of an on-going NCAA investigation that could end with severe penalties being imposed on the program.
BALTIMORE (CBs4/AP) – Despite an NCAA investigation, eight players including QB Jacory Harris declared ineligible, and grave concern about the future of the UM program, do not expect the Miami Hurricanes to bring a woe-is-us […]