Seven-hundred and eighty-nine days after Yahoo! Sports published a lengthy investigative piece detailing dozens of allegations against the University of Miami’s athletic department; the school has finally learned its fate from the NCAA.
University of Miami students and Hurricanes fans are breathing a collective sigh of relief after learning the NCAA penalties announced Tuesday amounted to a slap on the wrist.
She’s been at the center of the University of Miami’s defense during the more than two year investigation of the school by the NCAA and after leading the school through the process; UM President Donna Shalala spoke exclusively with CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez about what’s next at the school.
Former University of Miami head basketball coach, currently the head coach at the University of Missouri, Frank Haith was one of four coaches hit with penalties Tuesday as a result of the NCAA’s investigation of the University of Miami.
Death penalty. That was a common sentiment among some fans and commentators when the reports of impermissible benefits and other NCAA violations first surfaced in August 2011.
The University of Miami finally received it’s sanctions from the NCAA for the Nevin Shapiro scandal and shortly after noon Tuesday; the administration and coaches released comments about the entire case.
The University of Miami was hit with NCAA sanctions Tuesday for the Nevin Shapiro scandal, but the penalties were not nearly as severe as some speculated they would be in the early stages of the case.
The NCAA issued its final report and sanctions against the University of Miami Tuesday morning and the 102-page document outlined a plethora of specific violations against the school.
More than two years after the initial report from Yahoo! Sports detailed numerous allegations against the University of Miami from convicted criminal Nevin Shapiro the school can finally start to move on.
University of Miami students and fans of the Hurricanes are anxiously awaiting the Tuesday’s NCAA announcement about sanctions.