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Miami may be getting off easy.

According to a source at the University of Miami, the NCAA will once again delay handing down a notice of allegations to the University of Miami football program. The NCAA will first conduct a self investigation centered around how certain incriminating evidence was gathered. I received the following email in my UM email account this afternoon.

"Statement from President Donna E. Shalala

Since the University first alerted the NCAA to the possibility of violations more than two years ago, we have been cooperative and compliant with the NCAA and, I believe, a model for how institutions should partner with NCAA staff during investigations. In addition to encouraging current and former staff members and student-athletes to cooperate with investigators, we have provided thousands of documents to the enforcement staff. I am frustrated, disappointed and concerned by President Emmert’s announcement today that the integrity of the investigation may have been compromised by the NCAA staff. As we have done since the beginning, we will continue to work with the NCAA and now with their outside investigator hoping for a swift resolution of the investigation and our case. I want to thank our community for their continued support and patience. Stand with the U."
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