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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 of the school's former coaching staff. The university said Johnson was not aware of the benefits, personally accepted nothing and that his family had been told they were allowed.
The NCAA told Miami that Johnson "must repay the value of benefits that were unknowingly received from a member of the former coaching staff" and sit out one game. Johnson satisfied the second of those requirements by missing Miami's win over then-No. 15 Florida State on Sunday night.
It's a major boost for the Hurricanes (17-10, 8-6 Atlantic Coast Conference), who are fighting to reach the NCAA tournamen...
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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...
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.
University of Miami center Reggie Johnson had his eligibility restored by the NCAA, and he was on a plane to Raleigh, N.C., on Tuesday night to join his teammates for Wednesday’s game at North Carolina State.
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...
UM quarterback Stephen Morris is eager to play again after undergoing offseason back surgery but will be limited when spring practice begins Saturday.
The Hurricanes open Sept. 1 at Boston College, host rival FSU on Oct. 20, and will face a challenging non-conference schedule.
Monday's edition of the NFL Combine featured the defense's front seven, including three Miami Hurricanes.
Recent history has been something the Miami Hurricanes baseball team has wanted to forget. The last three years the Florida Gators have ended the Hurricanes season.
CORAL GABLES — The Miami Hurricanes basebal team has strung together eight consecutive wins to start the season, but that doesn’t mean much once this weekend’s series begins.
The Canes couldn’t build momentum after their upset of FSU despite the presence of reinstated center Reggie Johnson.
Michael Broad’s grand slam in the first inning powered the Canes past the Owls, as Miami improved to 8-0.
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...