Haith Says He's Relieved as Miami Investigation Comes to a Close

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Haith Says He's Relieved as Miami Investigation Comes to a Close
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Missouri coach Frank Haith on Monday addressed recent reports that the NCAA is expected to soon hand the University of Miami a notice of allegations following a nearly two-year investigation. Six months after Haith was hired at Missouri, Yahoo! Sports reported that a member of Haith’s staff at Miami — with the cooperation of jailed booster Nevin Shapiro — paid guard DeQuan Jones $10,000 to attend the school. Haith denied the allegation, and Jones was reinstated by the school after a brief suspension. The allegation was one of several accusations of impermissible benefits that were given to Miami athletes.

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