While University of Miami fans and employees wait to hear from the NCAA regarding possible penalties for past football violations, the Hurricanes themselves insist their unified focus is elsewhere.
"We've got to approach it the same way we've been approaching it the past couple of years -- that's to trust in Coach (Al) Golden, and trust that him, our athletic director (Blake James) and our president Donna Shalala are going to make the right decisions for the university," said quarterback Stephen Morris, who joined UM defensive end Shayon Green at the Atlantic Coast Conference Kickoff media event Sunday in Greensboro, N.C.
"They've been doing an unbelievable job in, No. 1, being great leaders for this team and helping us focus on getting ready for the season. It's my job, and Shayon's job and the rest for the team to just focus on what we can get done."
The NCAA has been investigating Miami's involvement with booster Nevin Shapiro for nearly two years. The university self-imposed ...