NCAA Officials Forming Verdict on UM
It still might be another six to eight weeks at the earliest before the NCAA's Committee of Infractions announces the violations and penalties the University of Miami's football and men's basketball teams face, but that doesn't mean a tentative verdict hasn't already been reached.
In fact, it probably has, says University of Wyoming law professor Jerry Parkinson, who served in a volunteer capacity as Coordinator of Appeals for the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions from 2000-'10.
"Traditionally, what happens is when they have a hearing the committee all stays around until they've fully deliberated on each of the cases they heard. If they only had Miami [this past weekend], it's possible they did those deliberations on Saturday before everybody scattered," said Parkinson, who has followed the Miami closely through news reports.
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