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Ruh Roh...NCAA On The Trail Of Clint Hurtt and All His Recruits..

News from NCAA Headquarters that anyone involved with Nevil Shapiro case at Miami had better cooperate or face being ruled inelgible..That Means Touchdown Teddy at Lil Brother and all the other signess at Lil Brother.. A letter was sent out this week to all recruits laying out the consequences..The NCAA began looking into Miami's athletic department in March 2011, five months before rogue booster and convicted Ponzi scheme architect Nevin Shapiro told Yahoo Sports that he provided dozens of athletes and recruits with so-called "extra benefits" such as cash, meals, strip club access and yacht rides over an eight-year span starting in 2002.

Of the 83 individuals named by Shapiro for that story, only three — two players and one equipment-room staffer — are currently at Miami. This year's team will pay a steep price anyway.

"Do I think it's fair? No," Golden said. "But that's the system."

Golden has said several times he's eager for the process to end, and former Miami offensive lineman Tyler Horn — whose college career ended when the Hurricanes didn't go to a bowl last year — said Monday on Twitter that he doesn't understand why the investigation has lasted this long.

"The NCAA needs to change," Horn wrote. "Making 2 classes w/ an overwhelming majority of innocent players miss out on what they earned is just plain wrong."

Miami's decision has a major impact on the ACC, in the standings and potentially on the bottom line as well.

First, the move effectively ended the Coastal race. Miami, North Carolina and Georgia Tech can all finish 5-3, but it'll be the Yellow Jackets representing the division in the ACC title game because the Tar Heels are ineligible and the Hurricanes are choosing to be ineligible. Within minutes of Miami making its announcement, Georgia Tech's athletic department tweeted that the Jackets were "Coastal Division champs."

And secondly, Miami opting out of bowl consideration almost certainly means the league will not satisfy all eight of its bowl contracts this season.

"We will continue to support Miami's efforts during the ongoing NCAA inquiry, including its institutional decision to withhold the football program from postseason competition," ACC Commissioner John Swofford said. "There is no higher priority than integrity and compliance within the rules."

Miami clearly hopes that a pair of postseason bans, especially when the Hurricanes still had a chance at a Bowl Championship Series berth this year, helps its cause with the NCAA. Whenever the process ends, sanctions against the football and men's basketball programs are expected, with penalties likely to include probation terms and scholarship reductions.

"We're going to get our goals accomplished," Golden said. "We lose one senior starter on offense and one on defense. We're going to add 15 or 16 new faces. That's going to be the nucleus of the Miami Hurricanes going forward."

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The NCAA began looking into Miami's athletic department in March 2011, five months before rogue booster and convicted Ponzi scheme architect Nevin Shapiro told Yahoo Sports that he provided dozens of athletes and recruits with so-called "extra benefits" such as cash, meals, strip club access and yacht rides over an eight-year span starting in 2002.

Of the 83 individuals named by Shapiro for that story, only three — two players and one equipment-room staffer — are currently at Miami. This year's team will pay a steep price anyway.

"Do I think it's fair? No," Golden said. "But that's the system."

Golden has said several times he's eager for the process to end, and former Miami offensive lineman Tyler Horn — whose college career ended when the Hurricanes didn't go to a bowl last year — said Monday on Twitter that he doesn't understand why the investigation has lasted this long.

"The NCAA needs to change," Horn wrote. "Making 2 classes w/ an overwhelming majority of innocent players miss out on what they earned is just plain wrong."

Miami's decision has a major impact on the ACC, in the standings and potentially on the bottom line as well.

First, the move effectively ended the Coastal race. Miami, North Carolina and Georgia Tech can all finish 5-3, but it'll be the Yellow Jackets representing the division in the ACC title game because the Tar Heels are ineligible and the Hurricanes are choosing to be ineligible. Within minutes of Miami making its announcement, Georgia Tech's athletic department tweeted that the Jackets were "Coastal Division champs."

And secondly, Miami opting out of bowl consideration almost certainly means the league will not satisfy all eight of its bowl contracts this season.

"We will continue to support Miami's efforts during the ongoing NCAA inquiry, including its institutional decision to withhold the football program from postseason competition," ACC Commissioner John Swofford said. "There is no higher priority than integrity and compliance within the rules."

Miami clearly hopes that a pair of postseason bans, especially when the Hurricanes still had a chance at a Bowl Championship Series berth this year, helps its cause with the NCAA. Whenever the process ends, sanctions against the football and men's basketball programs are expected, with penalties likely to include probation terms and scholarship reductions.

"We're going to get our goals accomplished," Golden said. "We lose one senior starter on offense and one on defense. We're going to add 15 or 16 new faces. That's going to be the nucleus of the Miami Hurricanes going forward."



grasping at straws! sad.

The clock is ticking....

that all you got..Loser

Typical thug response.

Internet BA huh?

CardsRuleInKy said:

I know how excited you get thinking of c*ck,....but the word is "clock"!!!!
 
Tom Johnson said:

The clock is ticking....

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