Found March 09, 2012 on
Sorry to Burst Your Bubble
There’s so much at stake in tonight’s Miami vs. Florida State matchup in the ACC Tournament. Is Reggie Johnson up for the battle in the paint? Will the Canes let the Noles burst their bubble? We’ll see, but let’s get to the trash talk.
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Miami guard Durand Scott, the Hurricanes' leading scorer, did not play in Friday night's ACC tournament game against Florida State.
Miami announced before the game it had declared Scott ineligible for receiving impermissible benefits. It is seeking Scott's reinstatement from the NCAA. The school did not disclose further details in a statement.
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The NCAA Owes the Miami Hurricanes a Bid to the DanceOn Friday shortly before the ACC quarterfinals, the nation learned that Durand Scott, the leading scorer for the Miami Hurricanes was ineligible due to allegedly receiving improper benefits from ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro. The timing of the suspension couldn’t have come at a worse time. Miami was on the NCAA Tournament bubble...
In a storyline that we seem to see far too often, Miami guard Durand Scott has been suspended indefinitely for allegedly receiving improper benefits.
He missed the second round of the ACC tournament, where the team lost to Florida State. The university is currently seeking his reinstatement from the NCAA, although we know how lengthy these processes can be.