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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri coach Frank Haith says he is fully cooperating with the NCAA in the latest round of trouble at the University of Miami.
The Hurricanes have declared center Reggie Johnson ineligible, saying his family received impermissible travel benefits from a member of Haith's staff.
Haith spent seven years at Miami before Missouri hired him in April 2011. Miami has asked the NCAA to reinstate Johnson and said he wasn't aware of the extra benefits.
Haith has led Missouri to 25 wins and a top 10 perch in his first year in Columbia. A former Hurricanes booster, Nevin Shapiro, has claimed that Haith approved a 10,000 payment to then-Miami recruit DeQuan Jones. Haith has denied that allegation, and Jones has since been cleared to play by Miami after initially being sidelined this season.
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Miami center Reggie Johnson's eligibility has been restored by the NCAA, and he is expected to play for the Hurricanes in their game at North Carolina State on Wednesday night.
Johnson was ruled ineligible by Miami late last week after an investigation revealed that members of his family accepted "impermissible travel benefits" from a member...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) Miami center Reggie Johnson has been declared ineligible by the Hurricanes after an investigation revealed that members of his family took travel benefits that the university said were approved by a member of former coach Frank Haith's staff.
The Hurricanes have asked the NCAA for a speedy decision on whether Johnson can be reinstated.
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From last night, Miami center Reggie Johnson was declared ineligible by the school over impermissible travel benefits provided to his family by an assistant on former coach Frank Haith’s staff. Miami says Johnson was unaware of the benefits and would seek reinstatement from the NCAA per the normal procedure. Johnson was not...
CORAL GABLES, Fl. An hour before one of Miami'sbiggest home games of the season playing No.15 Florida State at the BankUnited Center on Sunday it was announced that center Reggie Johnson wasineligible due to an impermissible travel benefit given to a family member.
It was absolute craziness. But it's been that type of season for UM (17-10, 8-6Atlantic Coast Conference...
AP: Miami center Reggie Johnson's eligibility has been restored by the NCAA, and he is expected to play for the Hurricanes in their game at North Carolina State on Wednesday night.Johnson was ruled ineligible by Miami late last week after an investigation revealed that members of his family accepted "impermissible travel benefits" from a member of the school's former...
Miami's place on the bubble got a little more comfortable with a win over in-state rival FSU 78-62 on Sunday night. The Hurricanes chances didn't look good as Reggie Johnson was ruled ineligible just an hour before the matchup. Here is more from the Sun-Sentinel on Johnson's status.
Miami starting center Reggie Johnson was declared ineligible Sunday, hours before...
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Miami center Reggie Johnson has been declared ineligible by the Hurricanes after an investigation revealed that members of his family took impermissible travel benefits that the university said came from a member of former coach Frank Haith's staff.
(Getty Images)Missouri coach Frank Haith said Monday that he is fully cooperating with the NCAA in the latest round of trouble at the University of Miami where he coached the seven previous seasons.The Hurricanes declared center Reggie Johnson ineligible over the weekend, saying his family received impermissible travel benefits from an unidentified member of Haith’s Miami staff...
Miami center Reggie Johnson has been declared ineligible by the university after an investigation revealed members of his family received benefits not allowed under NCAA rules. Johnson was told of the decision Sunday, hours before the Hurricanes -- who are on the NCAA tournament bubble -- were playing host to No.
One hour before the University of Miami men's basketball team was set to tip off against No. 15 Florida State Sunday night, the school announced that Hurricanes center Reggie Johnson was declared ineligible after it was discovered his family members had received "impermissible travel benefits'' from a former member of the coaching staff.
Here…We….Go! The Countdown to Selection SundayWell, college basketball fans, we are just days away from the biggest day in college basketball. We have teams that are predicted in being the last four in and first four out (but some of those teams may have helped their case this weekend). We have powerhouses that have been in a slump lately at the worst possible time.
An updated look at who's in and who's still scrambling to be included in the field for the NCAA tournament:
ACC Locks (3): Duke, North Carolina, Florida State
Should be in (1): Virginia
Bubble (2): Miami, N.C. State
Virginia (21-7 overall, 8-6 conference, RPI 38, SOS 84): The Cavaliers are probably solid, but they have one really good win (against Michigan) and a bunch...
Florida State's only two losses in the past seven weeks have each been followed by a game against Miami.
That is usually the perfect elixir.
The 15th-ranked Seminoles look to bounce back from a tough defeat and continue their dominance over the struggling Hurricanes on Sunday night in Coral Gables.
Florida State (19-8, 10-3 ACC) headed into Thursday's game against fifth...
Miami at NC State Date 2/29/2012 9:00:00 PMLive StatsLinkTV RSN/ESPN3 Team Stats Embed This Chart On Your WebsiteMore Stat ComparisonsMore Team StatsEfficiency Predicted Final ScoreNC State 70 Miami 70Matchup Simulation StatsThis game has been simulated 61 times.ST (2012) has won 34 times (55.7% of the time), won by > 20 pts 5 times (8.2% of the time)MI (2012) has won 27...