NCAA UM Investigation
The strange and seemingly never-ending saga surrounding Nevin Shapiro, the University of Miami, and the NCAA has taken another turn in federal court.
While the University of Miami anxiously awaits the looming notice of allegations for its role in the Nevin Shapiro scandal, CBSSports.com is reporting the NCAA has not contacted the alleged middle man for Shapiro, former Miami equipment room staffer Sean Allen.
Saturday’s win against South Florida made the Miami Hurricanes eligible for a post-season bowl, but those brief hopes were dashed Sunday afternoon when the University said it would not let the team be considered for a bowl game, a response to the ongoing NCAA probe of the football program.
While the University of Miami is trying to turn its attention to next Monday’s game at Maryland; the current and former players named in the Nevin Shapiro scandal will soon be receiving subpoenas.
Former University of Miami booster, and federal convict, Nevin Shapiro said his evidence will spark the NCAA’s most severe punishment that could bring about the end of football at the University of Miami.