Attorney seeks NCAA permission to reveal why case against three former UM assistant coaches should be dismissed
The lawyer for three former University of Miami coaches involved in the NCAA case told The Miami Herald he sent a letter on Wednesday to NCAA Committee on Infractions chair Britton Banowsky, asking for permission to publicly release their side of the story – and let the public know why the case should be dismissed.
“I can tell you we are barred from discussing it,” said Jim Zeszutek, who is representing former UM assistant basketball coaches Jake Morton and Jorge Fernandez, and former UM football assistant Aubrey Hill. “We filed a request with the... read more
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