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 5 years ago '05        #10781
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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I see nothing bout his tackling tenchique tho

Go up high and whiff
 5 years ago '05        #10782
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"Grantstein was the second NCAA investigator fired in 2012. Another, believed to be veteran Ameen Najjar, was relieved while working the Nevin Shapiro case at Miami. During that case it was revealed in November an NCAA a.ssistant director of enforcement (not Najjar) wrote a letter to former Miami players saying they would be considered guilty if they didn't cooperate with the investigation.
"I've never heard of anything like this before," a compliance source told CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman. "This seems like a total bullying tactic and sounds like a desperate move. They're basically saying they're taking the word of a billion-dollar ponzi schemer over some guys who may have taken a few steak dinners? () It looks like the NCAA has spent a ton of money and time investigating this and they're trying to cover their investment."
In the Miami case, the NCAA is relying on a convicted felon Nevin Shapiro for information. Shapiro is serving 20 years in prison for his role in a $930 million Ponzi scheme. It wouldn't be the first time the NCAA used a source of questionable credibility. The a.ssociation relied on the testimony of convicted felon Lloyd Lake to pin blame on McNair in the Reggie Bush case."



 5 years ago '05        #10783
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i see yall f*ggots tryin to be like us with the cookie cake sh*t.....clowns
 5 years ago '12        #10784
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We really need to find a good replacement for Fisch!
 5 years ago '05        #10785
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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We can never get ne continuity with these coordinators

The one coach we do want to kick rocks won't leave
 5 years ago '04        #10786
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 Deeangoe said:
We can never get ne continuity with these coordinators

The one coach we do want to kick rocks won't leave
fu*kin aye with that n*gga fisch

It was foreseable though, I'm surr Al knew there was a possibility of it happening since it was known that he had come to miami as a steping stone for the pros again.
 01-20-2013, 09:03 PM         #10787
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So how many UM players goin to the Super Bowl compared to FSU/UF players


 5 years ago '05        #10788
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Boldin >>>>>> any of those Cane hasbeens
 5 years ago '05        #10789
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Quan slappin da sh*t outta Glenn Sharpe a.ss


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 01-21-2013, 11:46 AM         #10790
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Apologize for the lateness of the roundup, but even after a few phone calls, Golden STILL insisted on holding this weekend during my father's birthday. Regardless, I'm back in front of the keyboard, and good lord is there a bunch of news to round up for y'all. Leggo!

To begin with, the Canes got a nice little (big) surprise in JUCO DE recruit Ufomba Kamalu, who showed up to visit almost out of nowhere. He's ranked as right around a 3 star average, which is about right considering how raw of a prospect he is. His tape shows flashes of what is possible, and the upside of the guy is big. The best thing about the commitment, however, is that he provides much needed size and depth along the weakest part of the defense.

Along the vein of surprise visitors, the Canes got a potentially ridiculous one in CB Rashard Robinson, who is currently committed to LSU. Robinson has visited Miami unofficially before, but until recently was always penciled in as a Tiger. However, recent reports say that he is closer to 50/50 between LSU and Miami, and he reportedly mentioned to Golden on this visit that he wants to be a Cane. This could be a nice surprise come signing day if things go right.

The tight end position got a bit of a boost with the news that Standish Dobard has gotten all the credit needed out of high school, and will start classes at Miami on Tuesday. While it does not appear that the numbers allow for any back counting in this year's class, these guys enrolling early is definitely preferable since they will get a lot of extra work with the team in. Not to mention the extra hours in the U Tough program.

As far as the big name recruits are concerned, things appear to be looking up for most of them. According to CanesInsight, Keith Bryant's mother attended the visit with him and absolutely loved it. She reportedly is all in with Miami, and wants him to go there, mainly due to the short distance. Denver Kirkland apparently also enjoyed his visit. There are conflicting reports out there on him, some say that Miami is his leader and that he will announce on February 1st, others (including himself) deny those reports. In my opinion, its very possible that he still doesn't know, but on the other hand these reports don't just materialize out of nowhere. You have to think that Miami is in very good shape with him.

Jamal Carter attended with both of his parents, and even though he is already committed, the news after this weekend is still great. He has reportedly cancelled all of his other planned visits (Clemson, possibly LSU), and is 110% Cane.

Jaynard Bostwick is all around a quiet guy, but word is is that after this weekend, it's extremely likely he winds up at Miami. His mother is reportedly pushing for him to commit soon, to not keep schools waiting and wondering. Golden is scheduled for an in-home visit with him this week, and there's a chance that we could be seeing another Brennan Carroll tweet.

Alex Collins is arguably the biggest recruit left for Miami, with Matt Thomas being the other name. Collins though is having a hard time with things, and is still hearing from plenty of schools. This is one that could end after his last visit to Arkansas, or it could go all the way to signing day. Regardless, you have to like Miami's chances here, although until the ink is dry, who knows.

Sidenote: Despite Fisch leaving, Kevin Olsen is solid to Miami, citing his feeling that Golden has a winning plan in place and that he knows he will find a great replacement.

That about does it for the news out of this weekend. Aside from all this, basically everyone else is already committed and loved their time on campus with their future team mates. Aside from in home visits and whoever may visit on February 1st, it appears that Miami has set themselves up for a great close down the stretch.
 5 years ago '07        #10791
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Who wrote that article with all that wrong info in it?

Robinson was just out chillin wit the boys didnt talk to no coaches. Jamaal Carter has already visited LSU and yes hes 100% Committed now. Standish isnt no fu*king EE dude just took his OV lol


I dont wanna get any deeper into this garbage article had to be from dannyboycane or PapaCane
 01-21-2013, 05:00 PM         #10792
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 L-E-Dub bi*ch said:
Who wrote that article with all that wrong info in it?

Robinson was just out chillin wit the boys didnt talk to no coaches. Jamaal Carter has already visited LSU and yes hes 100% Committed now. Standish isnt no fu*king EE dude just took his OV lol


I dont wanna get any deeper into this garbage article had to be from dannyboycane or PapaCane


 01-21-2013, 05:06 PM         #10793
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The NCAA is expected to release a notice of allegations as early as this week regarding the Miami investigation. A source close to the situation told CBSSports.com that former Hurricanes and current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be charged with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance.

Haith's unethical conduct could result in a multiple-year show-cause penalty. Former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl received a three-year show-cause penalty after being charged with unethical conduct back in 2011 when he initially wasn't forthcoming about hosting recruits at his home on unofficial visits -- which is against NCAA rules.

The source told CBSSports.com that the NCAA was unable to prove the allegation from Miami booster Nevin Shapiro that Haith or anyone on his staff paid $10,000 to a family member of former player DeQuan Jones. However, Haith will be charged with unethical conduct because the NCAA did not believe his story that payments to his a.ssistants intended for camp money did not wind up going to repay Shapiro, who made the allegations to Yahoo Sports back in August of 2011. A source said that the money was delivered to Shapiro's mother -- who verified the payment to the NCAA.

Haith will also be charged with a failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance due to impermissible airline travel that was given to the family of two players from a member of his staff and also the interaction between Shapiro and players while on visits.


The source also said the three a.ssistants previously on Haith's staff -- Jake Morton, Jorge Fernandez and Michael Schwartz -- each will receive unethical conduct charges. Morton is currently at Western Kentucky, Fernandez left Marshall after last season and Schwartz is on the Fresno State staff.

Those involved in the case will have up to 90 days to respond in writing before a hearing in front of the Committee on Infractions, which likely will be held in mid-June. A decision on the penalties will be handed down to Haith, his staff and those involved in the football aspect of the investigation anywhere from 4-6 months after the hearing. The notice of allegations was expected to be released as early as Tuesday, but a source told CBSSports.com that it could be withheld for another week or two possibly because of procedural questions.

"With everything that's happened recently with the Shabazz Muhammad case, the Todd McNair case in football, the governor of Pennsylvania suing the NCAA and the NCAA firing a lead investigator in this case, they want to make sure on this one," the source said.

The investigation began nearly two years ago after Shapiro, who is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence for a $930 million Ponzi scheme, told Yahoo Sports that he gave thousands of impermissible benefits, primarily to football players, from 2002 to 2010.

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NCAA is a joke. They ain't got sh*t
 5 years ago '05        #10794
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the proof is in the fu*kin pudding
 5 years ago '07        #10795
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 DEDOS said:
they aint got sh*t but they still going to hammer him wheres the proof on the 10 racks?


this could get ugly folks if they going on sh*t not based on hard evidence
They cant prove the 10,000 was givin to jones but they were able to prove that haith paid that lady 10,000 she came forward with reciepts or some sh*t lol. NCAA said they going mostly after individuals and so far Haith and Hurtt are the 2 names that have come up. We'll get scholly reductions
 5 years ago '07        #10796
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Am told by source Lville a.sst Clint Hurtt got his call from NCAA (Shapiro case) & "they're pretty much throwing everything at him."
 5 years ago '04        #10797
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We skatin cuz
 01-22-2013, 02:40 PM         #10798
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NCAA Bylaw Blog writer John Infante talks positives, negatives for UM with latest developments

With reports surfacing that former basketball coach Frank Haith and football recruiting coordinators Clint Hurtt and Aubrey Hill are expected to be charged with unethical conduct in the NCAA's investigation into wrongdoing done at the University of Miami, I sought the expertise of NCAA Bylaw Blog writer John Infante Tuesday morning to digest what we are hearing and how it might affect the program.

Infante, a former compliance officer at NCAA Division I schools, has been running the Bylaw Blog for over two years and his expertise has been featured on ESPN, Sports Illustrated, USA Today and numerous other media outlets. Keep in mind he isn't privy to the information the NCAA has on Miami. He simply is giving his opinion based on what he's read from published reports.

Here is the transcript of my 15 minute one-on-one Q&A with him:

Q: There were reports Monday that about four former basketball coaches and at least two former a.ssistant football coaches will be cited for violating bylaw 10.1 "unethical conduct" in the NCAA's investigation. How does that affect Miami positively or negatively?

"Well, it sounds like nearly all the a.ssistants are being charged with unethical conduct and it also sounds like Frank Haith is going to be charged with failing to create an atmosphere of compliance, which generally only head coaches are charged with. It can be helpful [for Miami]. The biggest thing is when you have that many coaches [charged with unethical conduct] and go in front of the Committee on Infractions there's going to be a lot of people in the room to spread blame around. When you talk about the presentations and the answers given in front of the COI, I think generally the feeling is amongst a lot of people who have gone through that process is that coaches tend not to perform as well as the institution does. In the end for Miami, it all kind of depends what kind of charges the school is facing. We kind of expect in addition to the specific violations the NCAA feels it has evidence of it's pretty much a guarantee there is going to be a failure to monitor charge. I would also be surprised if there is not a lack of institutional control charge as well. If Miami's cooperation is considered better and the coaches don't perform well in the hearing that could lead to the COI sort of finding that in spite of institutional failings by Miami this was more the coaches fault and bring the penalties down on the coaches more than on the institution -- especially considering the two post-season bans the [football program] has already imposed."

Q: How much does Miami taking a two-year ban help its case with football?

"You're probably looking at no more than [two years]. Three years of post-season ban is pretty rare -- given the USC case, which is some of the harshest sanctions. Being already two years, I'm not sure you add a third one to a school that has self-imposed two. In terms of scholarships or recruiting restrictions, I don't know if it will have as big of an impact there. I kind of feel like they took care of that post-season penalty. The COI will impose other penalties they see fit and not go into any further post-season bans. If they did that's something Miami would probably appeal."

Q: We've heard UM has done a good job cooperating with the NCAA. How much does that help?

"I forget where I saw it reported but I have seen more than just cooperation, but exceptional cooperation. One of the things fans see is that schools get rewarded for cooperating, but there is a level of cooperation you have to do to meet your obligation and then there's a level you get extra credit for. [Cooperation is] making sure you get to interview everybody you want. Going and suggesting you should interview this guy as well because he may have information too -- that's when you see something like exceptional cooperation. It could be that [the NCAA is] giving [Miami] a little bit of praise publicly just because it wants to. But it could also mean [Miami is] reaching a certain level of cooperation that has significance in the NCAA investigation where they might get a break on a penalty as a result."

Q: Would exceptional cooperation be telling former athletes that if they didn't cooperate they wouldn't be allowed back on the sidelines? We've heard that and our Barry Jackson reported that last week.

"If they were able to get people who normally wouldn't have replied to the NCAA or allowed themselves to be interviewed by the NCAA and Miami helped make that happen -- especially athletes UM has no jurisdiction over -- that's going above and beyond what the NCAA asks on the case. That may lead to a lessening of penalties. But there is already a high bar for cooperation. You have to go above and beyond that to get any sort of relief from penalties in front of the COI. Having the coaches there especially if Miami is going along with it and agreeing to the findings of the NOA and the coaches aren't the ones f!ghting, in the end you are dealing with people who are making a judgement call. Being the one that's not f!ghting and the ones who want to raise a fuss about stuff makes the school look better in comparison."

Q: Former coach Randy Shannon has not linked to any of this. In fact, we've heard stories and its been reported he was telling his players and coaches to stay away from Nevin Shapiro. Does that help Miami's football program in this case considering it appears Haith was involved with Shapiro.

"It certainly does. We've seen Shannon not being named in any of the violations and him not facing any unethical conduct or failing to promote an atmosphere of compliance charges. Because he is the head coach, he is supposed to be the one as the direct link to the administration and what they do in terms of monitoring and applying compliance. If he did that well, that helps show there was a chain of command of monitoring and promoting institutional control and thus the blame falls on the a.ssistant coaches. If that's the case then, we may see kind of a smaller failure to monitor or lack of institutional control that could end up more centered on the basketball violations where it looks like the head coach was involved in some manner. While charges like failure to monitor are institution violations it can get to be more specific than that. It can focus on what sport led to that charge."

Q: Will UM's history play a factor? The school was still under probation for baseball violations through the 2005-2006 academic year.

"It will. It certainly will be brought up by the COI. But I think it's more important if [Miami] is considered a repeat violator in this case. I believe a lot of that depends on how far back the NCAA is able to prove the violations. I believe they had a case [in baseball] in the mid 2000s. If they did in that case -- as Yahoo! reported -- they would definitely be under a repeat violator status. The thing is we haven't seen with that repeat violator status -- outside of the USC case -- that there have been significantly harsher penalties as a result. UCF is one example. UCF was under repeat violator status -- kind of a similar violation as Miami in terms of a booster or third party who is providing benefits on a smaller scale. But again we sort of saw them impose sort of a standard penalty the COI has been imposing, losing scholarships, a one-year post-season ban, recruiting restrictions, going after the individuals and sort of move on. I think the Miami case is probably a little too big for that. But again, I do kind of think in some ways the COI is going through the motions until the new enforcement program starts up in August. There is a little bit of a sense of the current process having a lame duck quality to it. That play in Miami's favor as well."

Q: How is the NCAA's new process different and how does the fact Miami doesn't fall under the new rules help?

"The new rules are going to be harsher, it's going to be a different kind of process and involve different people. We just saw there are eight new people appointed. So, I think because of this reset almost, the NCAA sees there are flaws in this process and as of Aug. 1, 2013 were going to fix it. While the current cases are taken seriously, the fact the same penalties have been applied in the last two or three cases sort of suggests they're not going with the same fire and brimstone as they did with USC. That helps Miami."

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 5 years ago '04        #10799
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Dobard enrolled early.
 5 years ago '07        #10800
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Yea I talked to stan today apparently he did finish his classes and it was his OV and he enrolled today

Sandland hasnt been confirmed yet tho
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