In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 472
Online now 452 Record: 5026 (1/15/2014)
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
ByTimReynolds: AP Source: Miami has received notice of allegations from NCAA.
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
This gon b gud
Wonder when they will be leaked...
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
I give it 48 hours max
Beatings will continue until morale improves
NCAA should hammer themselves first the slap on the wrist they will give UM wont be worth anything when half the NCAA is fired or emeritt steps down they could probably appeal it...hell state of Penn is sueing the NCAA
This post was edited by Yulsic 14 months ago
ByTimReynolds: AP Source: Notice of allegations against Miami includes the dreaded "lack of institutional control" charge.
didnt osu get that?
USC did, iirc
Anybody who gets hit hard gets that... they had to, that shit spanned multiple sports...
This is disappointing.
Donna Shalala: "Most of the sensationalized media accounts of Shapiro’s claims are found nowhere in the Notice of Allegations."
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
Shalala releases statement on NOA
STATEMENT FROM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESIDENT DONNA E. SHALALA ON NCAA NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS
"The University of Miami deeply regrets and takes full responsibility for those NCAA violations that are based on fact and are corroborated by multiple individuals and/or documentation. We have already self-imposed a bowl ban for an unprecedented two-year period, forfeited the opportunity to participate in an ACC championship game, and withheld student-athletes from competition.
"Over the two and a half years since the University of Miami first contacted the NCAA enforcement staff about allegations of rules violations, the NCAA interviewed dozens of witnesses, including current and former Miami employees and student-athletes, and received thousands of requested documents and emails from the University. Yet despite our efforts to aid the investigation, the NCAA acknowledged on February 18, 2013 that it violated its own policies and procedures in an attempt to validate the allegations made by a convicted felon. Many of the allegations included in the Notice of Allegations remain unsubstantiated.
"Now that the Notice of Allegations has been issued, let me provide some context to the investigation itself:
> Many of the charges brought forth are based on the word of a man who made a fortune by lying. The NCAA enforcement staff acknowledged to the University that if Nevin Shapiro, a convicted con man, said something more than once, it considered the allegation "corroborated"?an argument which is both ludicrous and counter to legal practice.
> Most of the sensationalized media accounts of Shapiro's claims are found nowhere in the Notice of Allegations. Despite their efforts over two and a half years, the NCAA enforcement staff could not find evidence of prostitution, expensive cars for players, expensive dinners paid for by boosters, player bounty payments, rampant alcohol and drug use, or the alleged hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and gifts given to student-athletes, as reported in the media. The fabricated story played well?the facts did not.
> The NCAA enforcement staff failed, even after repeated requests, to interview many essential witnesses of great integrity who could have provided first-hand testimony, including, unbelievably, Paul Dee, who has since passed away, but who served as Miami Athletic Director during many of the years that violations were alleged to have occurred. How could a supposedly thorough and fair investigation not even include the Director of Athletics?
> Finally, we believe the NCAA was responsible for damaging leaks of unsubstantiated allegations over the course of the investigation.
Let me be clear again: for any rule violation?substantiated and proven with facts?that the University, its employees, or student-athletes committed, we have been and should be held accountable. We have worked hard to improve our compliance oversight, and we have already self-imposed harsh sanctions.
We deeply regret any violations, but we have suffered enough.
The University and counsel will work diligently to prepare our official response to the Notice of Allegations and submit it to the Committee on Infractions within the required 90-day time period.
We trust that the Committee on Infractions will provide the fairness and integrity missing during the investigative process."
2/19 9:34 PM | IP: Logged
UM wont get anything they will take it to the NCAA lol either emeritt or w/e his name is gets fired in order for UM to get hit or else they will just lose some scholarships and money due to the recent NCAA stuff thats came out.
Yep, they will likely get nothing.
If Um skates, how will the NCAA ever discipline another school ?
Miami isn't skating. I thought they might get time served after the NCAA debacle. But according to the Miami herald, a lot of shapiros claims were corroborated by multiple people and players like bridgewater, freeman, and debose threw Miami under the bus. If they are challenging, it likely means another postseason ban is in there. No promises it's football though.
This is from the Herald....
One source familiar with the NCAA’s initial draft of UM’s Notice of Allegations — reviewed before the NCAA amended the allegations for the final version — said the charges “could have been worse but they’re still pretty bad.
Miami doesn't want this to go to subpoena and be under oath. As I said, they are just rattling the saber.
mike and mike said LOIC
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports