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The University of Miami will file Friday an unprecedented motion with the NCAA to dismiss the controversial two-year old case involving booster Nevin Shapiro, CBSSports.com has confirmed.
The motion will account for recent revelations that the use of attorney Maria Elena Perez was beyond the scope of an external review commissioned by NCAA president Mark Emmert. The Miami Herald reported this week an NCAA investigator sought Perez to extract information from Shapiro's driver/bodyguard Mario Sanchez.
The Herald also reported this week this that NCAA investigators “lied to interview subjects.”
The University of Miami will file a motion to dismiss the Nevin Shapiro case, based on alleged wrongdoing by NCAA investigators.
Chris Nee of 247Sports.com. You can follow me on twitter @CNee247.
I hope the NCAA goes extra hard on them now, all they do is try to discredit the NCAA and make them look bad. The hammer will come down.
The NCAA should just kick them out. The canes can join the NAIA.
Don't think this strategy is going to work. It will only enrage the hornet's nest.
They are challenging the very foundation of the NCAA, its institutional control requirement.
So about that cooperation with the investigation......
This post was edited by fsukum 13 months ago
Yea, looking bad for the "U" when they are threatening the NCAA over the "institutional control" rule.
This post was edited by fsufool 13 months ago
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