Why NCAA Couldn't, and Wouldn't, Give Miami the Death Penalty

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Why NCAA Couldn't, and Wouldn't, Give Miami the Death Penalty

College football fans thought about the Miami football scandal for 45 seconds before they calmly said, to nobody in particular, "DEATH PENALTY!!!!"" Several members of the media also wondered if Miami would get the NCAA's Ultimate Punishment, Capital Letters Required. This is a perfectly reasonable question in a parallel universe -- a universe in which the NCAA really believes it can enforce its system of amateurism. But in the universe where most of us live and Gilbert Arenas occasionally visits, there is zero chance of the NCAA actually shutting down the Miami football program for a year.

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