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Former Canes implicating Miami assistants

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08:22 AM ET 09.15 | While the mess in Miami untangles, it also grows somewhat more complicated. One problem that has arisen for UM in the NCAA investigation is that a few former players are implicating assistant coaches. Ray-Ray Armstrong's father said his son stayed with then-UM assistant coach Clint Hurtt during a recruiting visit, which is a violation regardless of whether it was an official or unofficial visit. ... Also, the father of another current player who was interviewed by the NCAA told us that his son indicated that then-UM assistant Joe Pannunzio brought the player to booster Nevin Shapiro. "How did my son even meet this creep? He would never have met Shapiro without Pannunzio," said the father, who requested anonymity.

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Alex Gordon, Icon Sports Alex Gordon, Icon Sports
September 15, 2011  08:44 AM ET

#1, it's a shame the way the U administration torpedo the coaching career of Gordon. Did he know about this mess in Miami before he signed up to be head football coach?

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September 15, 2011  09:02 AM ET
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#1, it's a shame the way the U administration torpedo the coaching career of Gordon. Did he know about this mess in Miami before he signed up to be head football coach?

Ain't that a pic of Golde

September 15, 2011  09:02 AM ET

oops didn't finish....pic of Golden?

September 15, 2011  09:03 AM ET

who is alex gordon?

September 15, 2011  09:04 AM ET

Since the interns can't get the names/captions right on the pics, maybe they need to hire Corp to do the pics! ;-)

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September 15, 2011  09:15 AM ET
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Its the Miami Herald... They didnt say this... Its all lies.. None of this happened.... Its all a dream..Word Up magazine

svt, why do you have a LUS avi?

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September 15, 2011  09:24 AM ET
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death penalty. f ing idiots.

won't happen

September 15, 2011  09:27 AM ET

anyone hear about the 4.2 million donation for football scholarships ONLY?

"Mary B. Hecht has a powerful influence. When the 69-year-old Miami multimillionaire department store heiress died in 1982 of a massive pulmonary embolism, her will specified that she be laid to rest in a pyramid-shaped mausoleum of pink marble with a white marble Egyptian Sphinx on its front.

Now, nearly 30 years after Hecht passed away, her instructions are still being followed to the letter. Hecht has donated $4.2 million to the University of Miami???s athletics program, fulfilling a promise she made some 35 years ago in her last will and testament. The gift, which could not be executed until the recent passing of the income beneficiary of her estate, will fund scholarships for football student-athletes who are part of a program that has captured five national championships and sent a multitude of players to the NFL."

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September 15, 2011  09:33 AM ET

and on ESPN @ 7:30 saturday night we have the "SCANDEL BOWL"
tOSU vs MIAMI





GO-BUCKS!!

September 15, 2011  09:42 AM ET

Standing by for svt-entrance-and-explosion in 3...2...1...

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September 15, 2011  10:23 AM ET
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death penalty. f ing idiots.

Make Miami join the Big 12 as punishment.

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