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February 19, 2013

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orange 'n green in the vein

This is madness.

usagainsttheworld

bush! deon that is!

Hassan

Haith just got a text on the bench. Show Cause

Hassan

Our class is now ranked #11

nemo2002

Let's stay focused tonight on the UM/UVA basketball game.
We can deal with the NOA tomorrow.

86Cane

Hassy..Movin on UP!

Canesfan_1

Hassan you know some people will actually believe that about Haith getting the text. It's funny anyway.

laquinton

soo we got the letter right

HawaiiCane

agree with nemo2002... let's focus on the #2 team in the nation! Let's Go 'Canes!!!

orange 'n green in the vein

The BS calls that go against the best ACC team in their own building this year just make me shake my head.

CoCane

We've got to stop letting teams dictate our tempo.

Miami 28 Virginia 28

Ohio_Cane

The Pimp pumping his arms up to get the crowd in it! Love it!!

JamaiCane

The crowd is giving some great energy right now.

CoCane

OGV,

We don't deserve the calls. We're not aggressive right now & has lost our intensity & will to push the tempo

orange 'n green in the vein

Only took 28 minutes for the crowd to figure out that "Let's go 'Canes," is the go to offensive chant. Baby steps.

CaneRock

Kadji and Johnson need to keep workin' that 2 man game.

Ohio_Cane

RION BROWN!!

CaneRock

Inside-Out BAYBAAAAY!

orange 'n green in the vein

Coke, the guy fell down and they whistled Gamble for a push when he was standing with both hands in the air. That's BS especially so in the home teams court going against them like it did.

Sy-Cane

aside from that last 8-0 run, we look flat. Amazing how we're pulling this out.

86Cane

http://canespace.typepad.com/canespace/2013/02/miami-to-leave-ncaa-start-new-league.html

JamaiCane

The refs must be Duke fans

canezilla

JUST SAW TIM REYNOLDS HINTING AT MAJOR PENALTYS COMING FOR MIAMI. ANYBODY ELSE SEE THIS???

Hassan

NOA has the LOIC

CoCane

I agree about that call OGV but I'ts more than that. They're doubling the screen & the post but nobody's cutting to the basket. They're just standing. Plus, their lack of intensity...

Sinistercane

@ByTimReynolds: AP Source: Notice of allegations against Miami includes the dreaded "lack of institutional control" charge.

@ByTimReynolds: Correct. RT @CourtneyNBC6: If I'm not mistaken, it's a sweeping charge. Encompasses multiple infractions, hinting at major penalty potential

@BFeldmanCBS: The NCAA has called some of coaches from Shapiro scandal & notified them of charges, which are same as detailed last month, per source.

Sinistercane

Know one will EVER cooperate with the NCAA again.

Sy-Cane

Miami's statement on the NOA is out.

orange 'n green in the vein

Poor FT shooting tonight means ripe for the upset.

Sy-Cane

https://twitter.com/BFeldmanCBS.

To catch excerpts of Donna's response. I expect a call to the DoJ for them to investigate the NCAA.

CoCane

Missed free throws killing us again!

Sinistercane


STATEMENT FROM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI PRESIDENT DONNA E. SHALALA ON NCAA NOTICE OF ALLEGATIONS

“The University of Miami deeply regrets and takes full responsibility for those NCAA violations that are based on fact and are corroborated by multiple individuals and/or documentation. We have already self-imposed a bowl ban for an unprecedented two-year period, forfeited the opportunity to participate in an ACC championship game, and withheld student-athletes from competition.

"Over the two and a half years since the University of Miami first contacted the NCAA enforcement staff about allegations of rules violations, the NCAA interviewed dozens of witnesses, including current and former Miami employees and student-athletes, and received thousands of requested documents and emails from the University. Yet despite our efforts to aid the investigation, the NCAA acknowledged on February 18, 2013 that it violated its own policies and procedures in an attempt to validate the allegations made by a convicted felon. Many of the allegations included in the Notice of Allegations remain unsubstantiated.

"Now that the Notice of Allegations has been issued, let me provide some context to the investigation itself:

> Many of the charges brought forth are based on the word of a man who made a fortune by lying. The NCAA enforcement staff acknowledged to the University that if Nevin Shapiro, a convicted con man, said something more than once, it considered the allegation “corroborated”—an argument which is both ludicrous and counter to legal practice.

> Most of the sensationalized media accounts of Shapiro’s claims are found nowhere in the Notice of Allegations. Despite their efforts over two and a half years, the NCAA enforcement staff could not find evidence of prostitution, expensive cars for players, expensive dinners paid for by boosters, player bounty payments, rampant alcohol and drug use, or the alleged hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and gifts given to student-athletes, as reported in the media. The fabricated story played well—the facts did not.

> The NCAA enforcement staff failed, even after repeated requests, to interview many essential witnesses of great integrity who could have provided first-hand testimony, including, unbelievably, Paul Dee, who has since passed away, but who served as Miami Athletic Director during many of the years that violations were alleged to have occurred. How could a supposedly thorough and fair investigation not even include the Director of Athletics?

> Finally, we believe the NCAA was responsible for damaging leaks of unsubstantiated allegations over the course of the investigation.

Let me be clear again: for any rule violation—substantiated and proven with facts—that the University, its employees, or student-athletes committed, we have been and should be held accountable. We have worked hard to improve our compliance oversight, and we have already self-imposed harsh sanctions.

We deeply regret any violations, but we have suffered enough.

The University and counsel will work diligently to prepare our official response to the Notice of Allegations and submit it to the Committee on Infractions within the required 90-day time period.

We trust that the Committee on Infractions will provide the fairness and integrity missing during the investigative process.”

Read more here: miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami.../#storylink=cpy

Sy-Cane

You can also get that statement here:
http://www.miami.edu/index.php/news/releases/um_responds_to_statement_on_ncaa_investigation/

BEERicane

Larkin has become way too complacent on the offensive end of the floor. He rarely looks for his shot anymore and spends most of his time dribbling in circles. The canes go as he goes. Larkin scores, Miami wins easy. Larkin defers the entire game, they struggle -- mightily.

orange 'n green in the vein

LMAO.

The Dude

Lucky shot.

The Dude

CANES WIN!!!

The Dude

Defense wins.

BEERicane

Turn it around Larkin. You have to show up in the first 35 min of the game, buddy!

orange 'n green in the vein

So smooth, no stress at all when you spring inbound pass lanes like that.

The Dude

This just in: The Inter-Collegiate Athletic Association has approved financing for the reconstruction of one of college football's most historic venues; the Orange Bowl in Miami.

Fish

"lack of institutional control" Really time to go to the court room

Fish

CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the NCAA is accusing Miami of a "lack of institutional control" in the long-awaited notice of allegations against the Hurricanes.

The letter was delivered to Miami on Tuesday, said the person, who spoke on conditieon of anonymity because neither the NCAA nor the Hurricanes had authorized any public comment.

The institutional-control charge is typically one of the most severe the NCAA can bring in matters like this. What?

TonyCane

I wonder if back channel communications have taken place between the NCAA and Miami in which part of the price for an early settlement is one last post-season ban...this time for the basketball team.

58Straight

Read this:

http://canespace.typepad.com/canespace/2013/02/miami-to-leave-ncaa-start-new-league.html

86Cane

READ THIS:

http://canespace.typepad.com/canespace/2013/02/miami-to-leave-ncaa-start-new-league.html

Ohio_Cane

Tony, no chance

Canesfan_1

I don't see any way we agree to that. No way at all.

Canesfan_1

Talking about Tony post. No way we agree to that.

j.w.

I'm up for a fight. Anyone else ready? I'll even let emmert take the first shot before I knock that fat sob on his ass.

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