It looks like the University of Miami will make an appearance before the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions in mid-June to answer the charges of lack of institutional control for the Nevin Shapiro scandal.
The long national nightmare that was the Bowl Championship Series is no more. From now on, the new playoff system in college football will be called, “The College Football Playoff.”
College football season is still months away, but fans will get one final peek at the University of Miami Hurricanes team this Saturday when they finish practice with a spring game.
One of the lead investigators on the NCAA’s case against the University of Miami told a federal judge that the collegiate governing body may use “Mr. (Nevin) Shapiro in the future as a consultant.”
Florida State University has never backed down from a challenge on the football and that’s just what the Seminoles will face with their newest non-conference opponent, the Boise State University Broncos.
The NCAA Committee on Infractions has agreed to hear motions from three former University of Miami assistant coaches to have their portion of the Nevin Shapiro charges against them thrown out.
A new CBSSports.com report said the NCAA is about to make major allegations against former UM assistant coach Clint Hurtt for his role in the Nevin Shapiro scandal that broke in August 2011.
Baylor and Stanford shook up the Bowl Championship Series Saturday, but the biggest winner may have been the Southeastern Conference.
The Florida Gators will be without starting quarterback Jeff Driskel when they take the field at the Swamp against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks Saturday.
Florida’s non-conference game against the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns will likely produce a victory for the Gators. But the celebration might be short-lived unless the Auburn Tigers can help Florida out.