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Report: NCAA may deliver Miami allegations Monday

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09:18 AM ET 01.13 | Two people close to the NCAA case involving former University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro told The Miami Herald on Saturday that they, and others as well, were told to be available near their phones Monday to discuss allegations against them in the case. "The beginning of the end" of the long ordeal, as one person put it, is about to unfold at UM. Another source would only say, "It's imminent," regarding Miami receiving its notice of allegations. Several former football and basketball assistants were also implicated by Shapiro, now serving a 20-year prison sentence for a $930 million Ponzi scheme. Shapiro said that among the impermissible benefits he provided were cash, prostitutes, entertainment in his multimillion-dollar homes and yacht, paid trips to expensive restaurants and nightclubs, jewelry, bounties for on-field play and travel to athletes -- all first documented in a Yahoo! Sports report in August 2011.

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January 13, 2013  09:52 AM ET

Since you put that in quotes, does that mean you don't have to pay a quarter to svt?

but they are....

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January 13, 2013  11:13 AM ET
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damn gramps everyone knows its about Jay Z and Beyonce. fiddy is last decades news. get wit it

He don't even know who fiddy is!

January 13, 2013  11:14 AM ET
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Speaking of, where is svt? Need his spin on this one.

FJJ provided svt's spin in the first two.

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January 13, 2013  11:34 AM ET

Cash
Prostitutes
Entertainment in mansions
Entertainment on yachts
Paid trips to expensive restaurants and nightclubs
Jewelry
Bounties
Travel to athletes

The punishment should fit the crime.

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