Wetzel: Bungled Miami probe exposes NCAA's own legitimacy issues in seedy detail
Sat Oct 26, 2013
The NCAA is a ghost of itself, and, after reading through 102 pages of the Miami "Public Infractions Report" released Tuesday, it appears no one knows that better than the committee of infractions itself. This was part internal admission of feebleness and part passive-aggressive swipe at the U.
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