Feb 22, 2013
Resolution In Miami Case May Take Months

CBSSports

http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/story/21742675/haith-others-may-wait-months-for-miami-resolution

When Frank Haith first spoke this week about the allegations against him as part of the NCAA’s investigation into Miami, the Missouri basketball coach talked about how relieved he is that the long process is nearing an end.

That may be wishful thinking.

The NCAA has told Haith and others involved in the Miami matter that their cases may not be heard until July – so any penalties that are forthcoming might not arrive until next fall, at least.

On Wednesday, Missouri released documents that the NCAA sent Haith as part of the notice of allegations against Miami, where he coached from 2004 through 2011. Two key dates jump out in the NCAA’s planning: May 20, when responses by those named in the allegations are due, and an undetermined period in July – when the governing body for college athletics is planning to convene its Committee on Infractions.

That is, “unless all parties … agree to a shortened response time, the NCAA said.

And that could happen. If not, this long saga – which most people weren’t aware of until August 2011, though in actuality started nearly a year earlier – may just keep dragging along.

, Resolution In Miami Case May Take Months

CBSSports

http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/story/21742675/haith-others-may-wait-months-for-miami-resolution

When Frank Haith first spoke this week about the allegations against him as part of the NCAA’s investigation into Miami, the Missouri basketball coach talked about how relieved he is that the long process is nearing an end.

That may be wishful thinking.

The NCAA has told Haith and others involved in the Miami matter that their cases may not be heard until July – so any penalties that are forthcoming might not arrive until next fall, at least.

On Wednesday, Missouri released documents that the NCAA sent Haith as part of the notice of allegations against Miami, where he coached from 2004 through 2011. Two key dates jump out in the NCAA’s planning: May 20, when responses by those named in the allegations are due, and an undetermined period in July – when the governing body for college athletics is planning to convene its Committee on Infractions.

That is, unless all parties … agree to a shortened response time, the NCAA said.

And that could happen. If not, this long saga – which most people weren’t aware of until August 2011, though in actuality started nearly a year earlier – may just keep dragging along.






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