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Just curious, but it seems you have a hard on for PSU...did you have a bad experience at a game or something?
Chris Stork of inside the u nailed these latest violations back in May. He got bashed by his cane subscibers among them ilovelamp. He has been dead on and has a great source feeding him info. Here you go, take note, he says the penalties will be worse for UM than they were for Southern Cal. The kicker, the same NCAA investigators that handled the USC investigation are on Miami's.
Rate UpRate Down4 hours ago Premium PostEver since I broke the news about the NCAA’s investigation on the University of Miami, a number of people have been curious about an update with the investigation, which I have previously provided. After detailed research and talks with sources, here is the latest:
*** For those unsure of the process of an NCAA investigation, here’s how it works: Once the NCAA has completed their investigation and if they determine a major violation has been discovered, then they will send out a Notice of Allegations to all of the involved individuals and the institution. The Notice of Allegations details the infractions determined by the NCAA and each member as well as the institution will have an opportunity to review and accept or dispute each allegation within 90 days. Once all parties have had the opportunity to respond, a hearing is set before the Committee of Infractions. Following the hearing, which generally takes one day although the USC case took three days and UM’s could take longer; the committee’s report is released 8-12 weeks after a hearing.
*** As of today the University of Miami has not received a Notice of Allegations as the NCAA is still investigating the case. So basically a final ruling is still at least a few months away.
*** There seems to be a common belief among people at the University of Miami and the fan base that the penalties that will be handed down by the NCAA will be minimal. That is a bit optimistic as this case is not like any other case investigated by the NCAA. This case is very different than other cases because of the amount of details and number of people involved. Because of the uniqueness of this case, it is safe to assume the punishments will be more severe than what USC recently received despite the overall monetary value being less. Something to keep in mind is that the people with the NCAA who investigated the USC case are the same ones evaluating the case at Miami.
*** Charles Robinson’s Yahoo! Story published in August discussed a number of violations, some of which UM has already been penalized for by the NCAA. While Robinson’s report was extensive and highly detailed, the NCAA is aware of more violations not mentioned in the initial story.
*** There is a lot of discussion about the wrongdoings of previous staff members at the University of Miami. However, the NCAA is currently looking into violations by the current staff, which includes impermissible phone calls to recruits during a dead period.
*** The University of Miami has to be careful with their approach in handling the allegations and making sure they are being forthright and truthful to the NCAA. If the NCAA finds discrepancies with UM’s side of the story and the truth (and they have already have found one), the school could find themselves in even more trouble, which is what has happened in past NCAA investigations.
*** With looming penalties coming, the University of Miami has tried to take action itself including a self-imposed a bowl ban for the 2011 season and has forbidden their players and families from speaking with agents, which is allowed by the NCAA, until after their eligibility has been completed. These two actions could help with the NCAA or they could be brushed aside as an unappreciated attempt. The NCAA will review the entirety of the case and UM’s subsequent efforts in determining the final verdict.
*** Lastly, do not be surprised to see something major happen within the university aside from the NCAA investigation.
*** While some of the above information is not the most positive news, I felt it was important as a journalist, who prides himself on stating the truth (good or bad), to relay the information passed onto me. I hope that you understand why this update was released and that it doesn’t affect your attitude towards InsideTheU in a negative manner. We will continue to provide updates on this subject as well as other pertinent information regarding the Miami Hurricanes football, basketball, and baseball teams and their respective recruiting efforts. Thank you for your continued support of InsideTheU.
LOL keep wishing buddy... FSU fans are so funny
When I saw you were the latest post I knew two things were coming:
1. You'd be responding to me
2. You'd be making some generalization that didn't address the dumpster status of your program.
I admire your passion, you're welcome as a FSU fan in 18 months when you realize.
LOL I rather take a gun shot to the head then support FSU....
May get your wish, figuratively.
The former staffer that could be turning in evidence against Miami to the NCAA, could be Cindy Abraham Garcia- Director of Football Relations- She also worked for your former recruiting coordinator, Clint Hurt, who was named in the Yahoo article.
http://twitter.com/dansileoshow- Cindy Abraham Garcia is the staffer that is working with the NCAA
"Cindy Abraham-Garcia is in her fourth year as director of football relations. She is a 10-year member of the athletics department and has worked for 13 years at the University of Miami. Abraham-Garcia is responsible for all matters pertaining to prospective student-athletes under the direction of recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt and assists with high school compliance issues. She also handles summer employment for student-athletes."
Damn it, i thought I told Cindy to stay in the kitchen...
"There's going to be a lot of people who didn't stand with us who are going to be remembered for not standing with us." - Al Golden
What a whore!
I'm gonna punch her in the ovaries!
Well this thread just got all violent. I say why punch a woman in the ovaries when you can dropkick a pregant AU woman in the gut while pregnant.
Wait? Did I say that out loud?
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