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Photo via Cane Vader More than two years after the investigation began into the University of Miami’s Nevin Shapiro scandal, the NCAA has finally issued a ruling. Here are the sanctions that have been handed out, per a report by the Miami Herald: The Miami football program will lose three scholarships over each of the next three years (nine total) The football program will face no bowl ban The Miami basketball program will lose 2-3 scholarships Former basketball coach Frank Haith, now with Missouri, will be suspended five games this year Former football assistants Clint Hurtt, Aubrey Hill, and Jorge Fernandez will receive 2-year show cause penalties Here’s the original Yahoo! report on the Shapiro scandal, which broke the story back in 2011.
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