NCAA Puts Miami on Notice


The NCAA delivered its Notice of Allegations to the University of Miami on Tuesday, nearly two years after NCAA president Mark Emmert said the governing body of college athletics launched its inquiry into alleged improprieties by athletes, coaches and staff members.


A source told The Miami Herald that UM has been accused of a “lack of institutional control” violation, which could lead to the death penalty, but is not expected to happen.


“A lack of institutional control,” according to the NCAA, “is found when the Committee on Infractions determines that major violations occurred and the institution failed to display adequate compliance measures, appropriate education on those measures, sufficient monitoring to ensure the compliance...

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