Very quietly, Miami awaits end of NCAA probation
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — For the University of Miami, probation is ending.
Very little else will change.
Miami's three-year NCAA probation largely stemming from the actions of rogue and now-former booster Nevin Shapiro gets completed on Friday. It satisfies one of the most damning sanctions the Hurricanes were issued, though some aftereffects — scholarship reductions in football and men's basketball, most notably — will remain felt for a few more months.
"Nothing really changes when probation ends, because we've already changed our approach," Miami athletic director Blake James said.... read more
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