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Everyone knew Haith was bad news hopefully this could change Anton beards opinion on Arkansas.
My phone isn't loading right so I can't link
"NCAA is expected to release a notice of allegations as early as this week regarding its investigation into the athletic program at the University of Miami. When that happens, Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith will be charged with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance,....
A notice of allegations regarding the NCAAs investigation into the Miami athletic program could spell big trouble for Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith.
Peace, Love, Toes in the Sand....
"Haith's unethical conduct could result in a multiple-year show-cause penalty."...
The NCAA is expected to release a notice of allegations as early as this week regarding the Miami investigation. A source close to the situation told CBSSports.com that former Hurricanes and current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be charged with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance.
Heartbreaking! How do you cheat that hard at Miami and still suck?
This post was edited by gohawgsgo 18 months ago
Guys I know that a bunch don't want to hear this, but this same thing has already got Aubry Hill at Florida. And before its said and done Clint Hurtt at Louisville and our own Randy Shannon will have to answer some serious questions regarding this whole thing.
If everyone thinks Miami will get hammered then the football staff that was there at the time will as well. Just keep this in mind while we are recruiting down there and telling players "Miami is going to get smoked by the NCAA" well if that does happen we will more then likely lose an AST coach.
No way we lose Shannon over it. They won't penalize him where he can't be an assistant. They will likely make it where he can't be a HC but everything I've read and will go back and link after a little while says he won't get any penalties.
From everything I've read, Shannon telling assistant coaches and players to "stay away from Shapiro" will likely be what saves him from a harsh penalty. The consensus thought is he didn't do anything wrong.
Looks like this whole thing is a huge mess and everyone will get off from this.
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