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Investigator says NCAA rushed Miami case

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07:02 PM ET 04.03 | Add a former investigator to the list of those who thinks the NCAA's investigation of the University of Miami hasn't gone well.

Ameen Najjar, who had been one of those in charge of the case, that he felt he had been fired and taken off the case due to the NCAA's desire to complete the investigation quicker than it should have. He said that the association was either trying to finish by a certain date or didn't want Miami to get in as much trouble as they would have gotten from a thorough investigation.

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, Mike Ehrmann Mike Ehrmann
April 3, 2013  07:32 PM ET

would be nice if the ncaa could make up its mind before 2020...

April 4, 2013  12:37 AM ET

"or didn't want Miami to get in as much trouble as they would have gotten from a thorough investigation."

what???

April 4, 2013  07:41 AM ET

"Agile" methodology.

April 4, 2013  09:25 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

"or didn't want Miami to get in as much trouble as they would have gotten from a thorough investigation."

what???

Holy moly, I agree SVT -- WTFjj is this guy talking about?

April 4, 2013  10:04 AM ET

IDIOTS!!!!

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April 4, 2013  01:27 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

DEATH PENALTY

Are you talking about Auburn????

April 5, 2013  08:07 AM ET

Pay up the quarters owed, fellahs.

 
April 9, 2013  09:12 PM ET

Rushed??? 3 years and counting and that's a rush?

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