Report: Shapiro Provided At Least $170k In Impermissible BenefitsThe details of the NCAA’s accusations against the University of Miami continue to trickle out with the latest report being the former booster Nevin Shapiro provided approximately $170,000 in impermissible benefits to UM athletes, recruits, coaches and other from 2002-2010.
Citing Scandal, UM Says No Bowl Game For 'CanesSaturday'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.
Shalala Talks Ineligibility And Future Of UMUniversity of Miami president Donna Shalala has taken to the university’s website to again address the storm that now envelops the athletic department.
UM Athletic Director Breaks SilenceThe sounds of silence have been deafening from the University of Miami’s athletic department since the Nevin Shapiro scandal broke. Athletic director Shawn Eichorst finally broke his silence in a statement Thursday morning.
Exclusive: UM Accuser Says Scandal Will Yield NCAA "Death Penalty"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.
Golden & UM Speak About NCAA InvestigationThe University of Miami and head coach Al Golden gave the first public statements from the school Tuesday morning about the ongoing NCAA investigation into claims made by a convicted Ponzi schemer about potential rules violations including impermissible benefits.