Found November 19, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
For the second straight season the University of Miami will not participate in a postseason game by choice. The university released a statement Monday morning confirming the football program, a win away from heading to the ACC Championship Game, will not be participating in any postseason game as an NCAA investigation is still ongoing. With Miami taking their program out of the postseason mix, Georgia Tech will be the ACC Coastal representative in the ACC Championship Game in two weeks, taking on Florida State for the conference's automatic BCS berth. Per the Miami release... The decision was made in response to the ongoing NCAA inquiry and the University has informed both the NCAA and the Atlantic Coast Conference of its decision.  The decision also means that should the Miami football team qualify for the ACC Championship Game, it will not be eligible to participate. Interim Director of Athletics Blake James informed the team of the decision this morning, two...
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