NCAA to announce a decision Tuesday on Miami Hurricanes investigation


Oct 17, 2013; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; Miami Hurricanes defensive lineman Shayon Green (51) celebrates with fans after the game. The Miami Hurricanes defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels 27-23 at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Closure may finally be coming to the Miami Hurricanes football program after a long investigation into it’s athletic department for years of alleged impressionable benefits being allowed:



The investigation will have lasted nearly three years, and according to an earlier report from CBS Sports, that’s way beyoned the normal time for them to rule on an investigation:

The research backs it up. Examination of the NCAA’s major infractions legislative database shows that 12 of the 14 major infractions cases at BCS schools since the beginning of 2010 in all sports took at least 2½ months to be resolved after being heard by the infractions committee. Five of those cases took at least four months between the hearing and release of the public infractions report.

The average wait following a hearing during that time period was slightly less than 3.4 months.

With the Canes unbeaten and in the top-10 of every major college football poll, This has to be a relief to their program.


Topics: Miami Hurricanes, NCA Football, NCAA

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