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Citing a source, InsideTheU.com reported late this afternoon that safety Ray-Ray Armstrong will not play in Saturday’s game against Florida State for his alleged involvement with a personal relations company that deals with professional athletes.
UM has yet to confirm or deny the report, but spokesman Chris Freet told The Miami Herald he was preparing a press release soon that could shed more light.
On Sunday, Ari Washington, the president of Double Coverage PR Group, used her twitter account to state she was having dinner at Prime 112 with Armstrong. Armstrong did as well, tweeting from his account boom_king26: "Just left Prime 112 wit @arinicolelife never seen a chicken this big." Armstrong followed it up with a picture.
With the NCAA investigating UM, the Hurricanes have been informed to be extra careful. This obviously was one of those instances where Armstrong wasn't.
Armstrong was suspended for the first four games of the season and asked to repay $788 due to...
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Miami safety Ray-Ray Armstrong will not play Saturday against Florida State because school officials are investigating if he committed an NCAA violation by having dinner with someone who owns a public relations firm.
Armstrong has not practiced this week, which essentially made him ineligible to be on the team's travel roster.
Armstrong had dinner at a Miami Beach restaurant...
Miami coach Al Golden says safety Ray-Ray Armstrong has been reinstated to the team.
Armstrong was held out of Saturday's game at Florida State after questions were raised about a dinner he had with someone who owns a public relations firm representing a small number of professional athletes.
The owner of the PR firm is Arielle Washington. She's a longtime acquaintance...
The University of Miami Athletic Department confirmed tonight that UM Safety Ray Ray Armstrong will not travel to or play against the Florida State Seminoles this Saturday in Tallahassee.
UM released this short statement on the situation:
Ray Ray Armstrong has been held out of all UM Football activities this week due to violation of team rules. He is not on the travel roster for...
The Miami Hurricanes will be short-handed once again when they travel to take on Florida State in Tallahassee Saturday. UM coach Al Golden said Wednesday safety Ray Ray Armstrong will be suspended for a violation of team rules.
"We're still trying to learn about the circumstance with Ray-Ray, but he's been suspended for violating team rules," Golden said on his...
CaneInsider.com just confirmed with the Miami Athletics Department that safety Ray-Ray Armstrong will not travel this weekend for the Florida State game but will sit out.
The University of Miami released the following statement about the incident:
Ray Ray Armstrong has been held out of all Miami Football activities this week due to violation of team rules. He is not on the...
Miami Hurricanes safety Ray-Ray Armstrong, who had his first interception of the season last Saturday against Duke, has been suspended for the Florida State game Saturday, according to UM coach Al Golden.
Miami safety Ray-Ray Armstrong will not play Saturday against Florida State because school officials are investigating if he committed an NCAA violation by having dinner with someone who owns a public relations firm. Armstrong has not practiced this week, which essentially made him ineligible to be on the team's travel roster.
With an NCAA investigation ongoing in the wake of the Nevin Shapiro scandal, the last thing Miami needed was any sort of controversy related to a player potentially receiving impermissible benefits. While it’s yet to be determined if that’s the case with safety Ray-Ray Armstrong, it’s more than certain that Armstrong didn’t use common sense…
In August, Miami safety Ray-Ray Armstrong was one of eight Hurricanes suspended by the NCAA for allegedly accepting improper benefits and otherwise fraternizing with booster, soon-to-be-convicted Ponzi-schemer and would-be agent Nevin Shapiro, architect of one of the most sprawling cases of . In Armstrong's case, he missed the first four games of the season — one of only three...