The University of Miami Hurricanes football team lost nine scholarships over three years due to the Nevin Shapiro scandal, but the school is hoping the NCAA may give the school credit for self-enforced scholarship restrictions.
The Nevin Shapiro scandal at the University of Miami has reached to the hills of Kentucky. Western Kentucky University announced Thursday that Jake Morton has resigned as the school’s director of basketball operations.
Not to be one to say I told you so about UM last night, but…plus the Heat play to their opponents, but still squeak out a win. And my thoughts on the NCAA’s scandal coming to light. All in the agenda….
It’s been several months since the world last heard from former University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro, but that doesn’t mean the disgraced and imprisoned Shapiro isn’t through with the school.
With less than two weeks to go until the Miami Hurricanes tee it up against the University of Maryland to start the season, the program is in chaos. Allegations of NCAA violations and suspensions have made head coach Al Golden’s job much more difficult.
As the University of Miami scandal moves from the front pages to the sports pages; a growing question has become how can many of the players named by Nevin Shapiro at other schools remain eligible to play?