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Miami Hurricanes begin making their case in front of NCAA


Nearly three years after former booster Nevin Shapiro began spinning a web of allegations about providing impermissible benefits to former players and coaches, the University of Miami got an opportunity Thursday to begin defending itself in front of the NCAA and its committee on infractions. UM, which received its notice of allegations from the NCAA on Feb.?19 — including the charge of lack of institutional control, has said it will not comment publicly before, during or after the hearings. (Miami Herald)


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