- 08-16-2011, 06:43 PM #111
Miami is doneso.
Massive decommitments, transfers, bowl ban, loss of scholarships, probation, et al.
Done. Thanks to the greed of a loser booster, selfish and greedy players, and pathetic former coaches. They all tucked tail and ran when they found out about the investigation. Stoutland, Hill... pathetic.
- 08-16-2011, 06:59 PM #112
However, once you start to read that more than one player admits to receiving improprieties, these stories start to get legs. I really hope the current guys are not a part of this deal and this can be handled outside the statute of limitiations. What has me worried is how close Ray Ray and Dye were since HS and how they committed together during the UA game.
I'm starting think there's a more than 50/50 chance we get the SMU treatment...and that would suck.
Still a Cane at heart but if this happens, I guess I can start focusing on other things for the next ten years.
- 08-16-2011, 07:06 PM #113
Guys - this article is extremely bad!
It's All About "The U"
- 08-16-2011, 07:08 PM #114
When former players have admitted to things.. We're in some shit. Lovely, guys. All you have to do is shut up and let thins blow over.
- 08-16-2011, 07:12 PM #115
- 08-16-2011, 07:15 PM #116
All for what? So he can go and snitch?
Then the two unmentioned players who have admitted to the bounties being placed on players..
- 08-16-2011, 07:20 PM #117
- 08-16-2011, 07:22 PM #118
Am I the only who thinks the "story" isn't as bad as expected?
First, the only support that some of the claims have gotten are from Moss (Who probably got paid for his interview). Most, if not all of this stuff happened in the early 2000s, there doesn't appear to be much stuff recently.
Second, all of this is just 'his side of the story'. These other people have even given their perspective yet. Most of the article sounds like Shapiro is a woman scorned. He clearly has a motive. He wants to bring down the school, it is clear from the slant that he tells the story that he wants to put emphasis on the fact that 'miami could have known what was happening.' Why would he keep saying that? Because he want the NCAA to come down as hard as possible on us.
There was nothing new provided in the story. We already knew that this guy was "CLAIMING" that all this stuff happened, all that is different now is that he has named a few names.
Obviously I'm not saying that this is good, but lets relax for a minute and look at what was actually proven in that report...very little other than the quote from Moss that was surely bought by Yahoo sports.
- 08-16-2011, 07:24 PM #119
NOT AS BAD AS EXPECTED?
So you expected there to be stories of prostitution? You expected there to be stories of Hurtt, Pannuzio, Stoutland, and Hill sending RECRUITS to him? Cut the bullsh1t. Of course it may not be true, but I don't think any of us expected it to be this bad.
- 08-16-2011, 07:29 PM #120
I expected him to lie as much as possible. Luckily most of the allegations are old and most would be hard to prove. When players talk that's where the evidence comes in.
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