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The wait is finally over. We learned today that the NCAA will submit its report from the committee on infractions on a two year investigation process launched to find out alleged improprieties related to former university booster, Nevin Shapiro. The Miami Herald first broke the news a half hour before the NCAA submitted its news release notifying the press.
“The University of Miami has been notified by the NCAA that the Committee on Infractions will be issuing its public report tomorrow, October 22, at 11 a.m. EST,” the university sent out in a statement emailed to the press.
The NCAA sent out an electronic press release at 3:20 p.m. this afternoon confirming the following:
Britton Banowsky, chair of the Committee on Infractions and commissioner of Conference USA will speak at 11 a.m. EDT to discuss to discuss the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions’ decision regarding University of Miami (FL).
Time: Tuesday, October 22, 11 a.m. Eastern Time
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It seems like only yesterday that so many of us jumped the gun and believed the word of a convicted felon and Ponzi scheme orchestrator like Nevin Shapiro over that of the fine and dignified history of the University of Miami Hurricanes football program. To recap briefly, Shapiro claimed that he was responsible for cash payments and lurid stripper parties for former...
Celebrate Miami! The drama is finally over! Photo: USA Today Sports
Miami's path to their first ever ACC Championship Game was just given EZ Pass access by the NCAA, an organization battling a negative public image just looking to change the narrative. According to multiple reports Tuesday morning, the NCAA will not impose a bowl ban on the Miami Hurricanes but will strip...
For fans and alumni of the Miami Hurricanes it has to seem like the NCAA investigation has been going on forever. Well--the ridiculously long investigation is finally over. The NCAA is expected to officially announce the sanctions it will be placing on the Hurricanes.
And if you want to believe the press they are not half bad.
If the press is to...
The NCAA's santions on the Miami Hurricanes (and other parties involved) are slowly trickling out. I'll try and keep this updated as I hear more...
Miami football will lose 9 scholarships over 3 years but NO bowl ban.
Former Miami coach Frank Haith will be suspended 5 games by NCAA
Miami basketball will lose one scholarship in each of next three years.
With the NCAA’s formal announcement expected later this morning at 11 a.m., today the reports of the findings of the independent committee on infractions are already beginning to leak out. Miami radio station WQAM 560 AM is reporting that the University of Miami Football program will lose three scholarships each season over the next three years for a total of nine total scholarship...
The same day the University of Miami gets the news of scholarship reductions for its football program (three per year over three years), they pick up a key commitment in an area of need (defensive line) from Junior College transfer Michael Wyche. The Sun-Sentinel first reported the story. The 330 pound defensive tackle who stands 6’4 was committed to the University of Southern...
A day after climbing the polls as two of the remaining 10 unbeaten teams in the nation, the Florida State Seminoles and the Miami Hurricanes received news in regards to their Nov. 2 meeting at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced on Monday morning that the rivalry game, which holds conference and national title implications, will be televised on ABC at 8...
The wait is over for the Miami Hurricanes. After two-and-a-half of investigating, the NCAA has announced the sanctions, and it looks like commits and targets are happy with the results.
The NCAA investigation into the Miami Hurricanes' relationship with booster Nevin Shapiro is finally over: No more bowl ban, loss of nine scholarships.
Head coach Al Golden and his Miami Hurricanes improved to 6-0 Thursday night when they came back to knock off North Carolina. Today, the Canes earned their highest national ranking since 2005.
Don’t you hate when people don’t clean up after themselves and it forces you to do it for them? I’m pretty sure you can relate to that , so please feel for current Miami Hurricanes coach Jim Larranaga. Former Miami coach Frank Haith didn’t run a very clean program and now it’s going to cost the […]
The NCAA has released its official report on the Miami Hurricanes.
Today, CaneInsider traveled to Miami Northwestern Senior High School and spoke to senior athlete, Joseph ‘Jojo’ Robinson. The Florida State commit expressed his interest in getting on the field immediately.
“I don’t want to redshirt,” he told CaneINsider during a brief impromptu interview.
Robinson says he’s still in touch with Miami coaches, but says he’s still committed...
The NFL is loaded with former Miami Hurricanes. Read on for the Week 7 report on how those players performed over the weekend.
On Tuesday, the NCAA Committee on Infractions handed out a slow clause order against University of Louisville assistant Clint Hurtt for his actions while a member of the Miami Hurricanes staff. Hurtt spoke about that ruling on Tom Jurich's decision to allow him to remain on the Cardinals coaching staff.