Found July 20, 2012 on
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More allegations of Miami Hurricane allegations have surfaced today but this time it is under Miami Head Coach Al Golden instead of prior Miami coaches. Golden was supposed to come in and clean up the program but according to a report by Yahoo!, this has not been the case. Remember, Charles Robinson was the one who exposed the Miami Hurricane program in the first place. He seems to be continuing his investigation.
The first paragraph of the article reads:
Less than one week after the University of Miami hired Al Golden as coach, members of Golden’s coaching staff began using Sean “Pee Wee” Allen – a then-equipment manager and onetime right-hand man of convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro – to circumvent NCAA rules in the recruiting of multiple Miami-area players, Yahoo! Sports has learned.
Just reading that seems enough to stop here but let’s keep digging.
Check out the second paragraph:
Golden, hired by Miami in mid-December 2010, had direct knowledge of Allen’s impro...
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The purge continues at the University of Miami, where second-year coach Al Golden is getting his own players ready to take the field. And when I say "his own" players, I mean the players he's recruited.
Problem is, Golden has only had two recruiting classes.
Now you start to get the picture. Golden's Hurricanes might be comprised mostly of youngsters this year...
Since Yahoo Sports dropped an atomic bomb on the University of Miami’s football program just under a year ago, the one saving grace for the school has always been that none of the allegations in that initial report linked current head coach Al Golden with the man at the center of the investigation, Nevin Shapiro. After being hired by Miami in mid-December 2010 Golden has aggressively...
Sports Illustrated came up with the issue back in 1995 why the University of Miami should drop football. Back then, the main problems involved Pell Grant scandals. Sure, the Hurricanes were known for some dirty play under Jimmie Johnson and others. And yes, a few of their players probably didn’t even record a 200 on their entrance exams. But that was an issue at many school.
Two people familiar with the situation say NCAA investigators spent several days in Miami earlier this month as part of the continued inquiry into the Hurricanes' athletic program.
It remains unknown when the NCAA investigation will end, both people told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no information about the probe has been released publicly. The investigation...