Two Miami assistant coaches have been told they will be charged with “unethical conduct” when the NCAA presents the Hurricanes’ athletic department with its notice of allegations, said two people familiar with the situation.
The NCAA has put two people in the University of Miami booster scandal on notice.
Some will point to the Miami Hurricanes’ lack of players on defense as the real reason for Monday night’s loss to Maryland. But Canes head coach Al Golden pinned the loss on himself and two factors, turnovers and penalties.
Tuesday’s ruling from the NCAA suspending various players of the University of Miami football team was bad, but the worst is likely still to come as the NCAA infractions committee continues to investigate the rules violations committed by UM.
The University of Miami faces a unknown future, but head coach Al Golden is getting support from many of his fellow coaches in the Atlantic Coast Conference, including one of Miami’s biggest rivals.
The NCAA has ruled that eight University of Miami players must miss at least one game and repay benefits as a condition to becoming eligible to play again for the Canes.
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.
The fate of eight Miami players is now in the hands of the NCAA.
Eight University of Miami student athletes ineligible for team’s opening game for their alleged involvement with the Nevin Shapiro scandal, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
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?