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Trouble at Miami with Golden
well AL certainly is a Cane now! He has adapted to the way of the Canes.
Any chance he's gone before the season begins?
Wow Chickalo is involved, I remember ND going after him hard 2 seasons ago. Looks like another storm is coming to south beach!
Is it possible BOTH Miami (FL) and Penn State get the Death Penalty? Is this realistic? Though Miami (FL)'s infractions seem very tame juxtaposed with those of Penn State's.
Al Golden and Miami just dumped their top Secondary player due to violations of team rules or some other type infractions.
GO IRISH GO!
nice long artical, but certainly not death penalty infractions.
Bye bye Al!
Nothing like another ongoing investigation by the NCAA - get ready for a few scholly losses and a slap on the wrist. Rules are being laughed at by these coaches and players.
I don't think so. If these allegations are true I think they get USC-like sanctions. And they can't handle the loss of 30 scholarships like USC can. They will be knocked down for another 5 years.
Donna 'zero tolerence' Shalala! set the standard, ha ha
There fans can say what they want, however there are certain programs that have proven in the last 50 years that they will break the rules constantly in order to get an advantage. If the NCAA is serious about compliance, they should park an official in the offices of and daily monitor Miami, USC, LOSU, FSU, LSU; and UCONN and UK basketball. They should simply put an end to P. St. football for at least three years. All of this would of course require the NCAA to be serious about compliance, something they are not serious about.
Mega Dittos!!! Sit on the criminals!
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