Miami Didn't Seem to Care, But Should the NCAA?

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Revelations this week that University of Miami booster Nevin Shapiro claims to have lavished cash, gifts and sex parties on recruits and Hurricane players over the course of several years brought predictable reaction, with most directly implicated in the alleged contacts refusing to comment. At least one former coach expressed (through a spokesperson) his confidence and comfort in how he conducted himself at Miami, and one former recruit, who wound up at Nebraska and who had been photographed on Shapiro's $1.6 million yacht, said only that the booster was "cool" and "a nice guy."

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