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08:55 AM ET 06.10 | A high-level Miami official said the school hasn't been given an updated timetable by the NCAA but will not be surprised if it doesn't receive its punishment until after National Signing Day in February. The UM official was disgusted by minor violations found in the basketball program, such as providing transportation to players' family members: "That should never happen." Missouri and ex-UM coach Frank Haith has said privately he had no idea his assistant coaches were providing those benefits and has told the NCAA that UM never paid basketball players.

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June 10, 2012  09:23 AM ET

IDIOTS...and no quarter for svt.

Just subbing for him. He's been AWOL lately.

June 10, 2012  09:24 AM ET

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June 10, 2012  09:25 AM ET

Yeah right!!.. Play dumb people

June 10, 2012  10:24 AM ET

UMiami providing benefits to players ... it never happened.

June 10, 2012  10:59 AM ET

"The UM official was disgusted by minor violations found in the basketball program" but, I guess, thought all the goings-on with the fb program was no big deal

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June 10, 2012  11:25 AM ET
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What's a few violations here and there amongst friends, w-h'ores, and Ponzi schemers - right? LOL

FIFY

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June 10, 2012  11:50 AM ET
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IDIOTS...and no quarter for svt. Just subbing for him. He's been AWOL lately.

If you are on a UM thread and call someone IDIOTS, there is no payoff to svt.

Payment is only in effect if you are on another thread (not related to Da 'U) and use the registered, trademarked word towards another poster.

June 10, 2012  12:11 PM ET
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"The UM official was disgusted by minor violations found in the basketball program" but, I guess, thought all the goings-on with the fb program was no big deal

They still have work to do before they're ready to drop the hammer on the football program.

June 10, 2012  12:48 PM ET

Man, NCAA basketball is dirty.

June 10, 2012  01:06 PM ET

I didn't know Miami had a basketball team.

But their football team has been cheating for 50 years, and not one ACC title to show for it.

Paul Dee had to drop dead to try and get out of explaining why he tried to kill USC for one violation, while his career highlight was running the most corrupt collegiate athletic program in American History. I wish he could've had the heart to stay alive long enough to see the results of his punishment to USC, and put the punishments to his corrupt mortal soul off another year. I think I smell BBQ for lunch... or is that just Paul Dee burning.

June 10, 2012  01:20 PM ET
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I think I smell BBQ for lunch... or is that just Paul Dee burning.

Nah...you just passed gas...that's all

June 10, 2012  02:05 PM ET
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I didn't know Miami had a basketball team.But their football team has been cheating for 50 years, and not one ACC title to show for it.Paul Dee had to drop dead to try and get out of explaining why he tried to kill USC for one violation, while his career highlight was running the most corrupt collegiate athletic program in American History. I wish he could've had the heart to stay alive long enough to see the results of his punishment to USC, and put the punishments to his corrupt mortal soul off another year. I think I smell BBQ for lunch... or is that just Paul Dee burning.

I am actually on board with this post.

June 10, 2012  06:04 PM ET
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while his career highlight was running the most corrupt collegiate athletic program in American History.

Bill Clements, former governor of Texas and chairman of the Board of governors of SMU, proudly disagrees with this statement.

June 10, 2012  10:29 PM ET
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But their football team has been cheating for 50 years, and not one ACC title to show for it.

are you implying we've been in the ACC for 50 years? idiot

June 10, 2012  10:30 PM ET

having randy shannon as coach for 4 years should be punishment enough. it would be nice if the NCAA would hurry the **** up though.

its so hard to find a yacht with coke and hookers these days, i'm not very happy about that

June 10, 2012  10:31 PM ET
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are you implying we've been in the ACC for 50 years? idiot

Touchy today huh? Rumor is the U's baseball team is next on the sanction list. Getting em all at once. I'd say clean up the athletic department, but to do that Miami would have to just shut it down. More amusing this way for the rest of us. Hahaha!

 
June 10, 2012  10:55 PM ET
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Touchy today huh? Rumor is the U's baseball team is next on the sanction list. Getting em all at once. I'd say clean up the athletic department, but to do that Miami would have to just shut it down. More amusing this way for the rest of us. Hahaha!

not at all..

if by sanction list you mean stuck with a coach who should retire, i agree.. if you're referring to something else i honestly have no idea what you're talking about, i haven't heard anything..

if the gainesville justice system didn't give preferential treatment to your football players, would you even be able to field a team?

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