The Miami Hurricanes are being investigated by the NCAA because a former booster claims he gave gifts and services to at least 72 players from 2002 to 2010.
A report from Yahoo! Sports says that Nevin Shapiro, now a convicted felon for his role in a $930 million Ponzi scheme, had continuously broken NCAA rules for years, and he says that at least seven coaches from the Miami football and basketball programs had knowledge of his wrong doings.
The Hurricanes are the latest team in deep water with the NCAA, and if all this turns out to be true then Miami will be hit with a slew of sanctions.
New head coach Al Golden and his players will have to pay the price for what former players did, and if the NCAA finds out any current players committed violations then their chances of doing well in 2011 will be decreased.
The NCAA is now investigating multiple teams for big time scandals, and unfortunately their days of digging into college football programs will never end.