Found January 22, 2013 on Online Sports Guys:
PLAYERS: DeQuan Jones
TEAMS: Miami Hurricanes
((HT: KSHB-TV)) It looks like Uncle Nevin is coming back to bite people from behind bars, and one of them may be current Missouri head hoops coach Frank Haith. According to a story on CBSSports.com, the NCAA may hit Haith with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance- two very serious charges that won't be taken lightly. Nevin Shapiro had accused Haith of acknowledging a $10,000 payoff to land a commitment from DeQuan Jones while he was the Hurricanes head coach back in 2007. The NCAA can't currently link the 10-grand to Jones and Haith, but they didn't believe his story on his assistants taking the money to repay Shapiro. There will be a test later on... Here's the early thoughts from Kansas City...
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