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At least one ex-Miami assistant considering suing NCAA

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10:30 AM ET 02.23 | The NCAA's Miami case very likely will be heard in mid-June after the infractions committee agreed to move up the enforcement staff's timetable. An official close with someone on Friday's conference call said nothing else was decided on the call. The NCAA said it would consider the motions by three former assistants to dismiss charges against them, but none know if they have a legitimate chance of success. At least one of the three has been considering a lawsuit.

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February 23, 2013  11:16 AM ET

The NCAA better have a big war chest and a small army of good lawyers at the ready. A tort war as coming.

February 23, 2013  11:31 AM ET

Not by Miami if they have any sense...that is the dirtiest program in the history of college sports and they want this to just go away. Of course, Shalala is the biggest idiot in college admin, so you just never know.

February 23, 2013  12:14 PM ET
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Not by Miami if they have any sense...that is the dirtiest program in the history of college sports and they want this to just go away. Of course, Shalala is the biggest idiot in college admin, so you just never know.

If only half of the things Shapiro alleges to have happened at Miami are true, you would think that the U would just want it to go away.

February 23, 2013  01:38 PM ET

So, when do U$C, O$U, Miami, Bama, etc., get together and serve the NCAA with papers citing 'lack of institutional control'?

February 24, 2013  12:52 AM ET
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If only half of the things Shapiro alleges to have happened at Miami are true, you would think that the U would just want it to go away.

good thing they aren't..

February 24, 2013  12:52 AM ET
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So, when do U$C, O$U, Miami, Bama, etc., get together and serve the NCAA with papers citing 'lack of institutional control'?

probably when they stop lining the pockets of the NCAA

 
February 24, 2013  11:46 AM ET

Miami admitted guilt. It's going to be awfully hard to get past that.

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