NCAA Cuts "Limited Immunity" Deals With Implicated Non-Miami Athletes to Get Information
Some former University of Miami athletes and recruits implicated by superscum Nevin Shapiro have somehow stayed on the rosters at their new schools. Yet the eligibility of players currently on the Miami team is still up in the air.
Kansas State running back Bryce Brown, Central Florida quarterback Jeffrey Godfrey, Florida offensive lineman Matt Patchan, Georgia tight end Orson Charles, and Florida receiver Andre Debose were all also implicated by Shapiro while being recruited by the Canes but ended up going elsewhere. None of those players has had his eligibility officially questioned.
"The enforcement staff has been given, by the membership, a pretty important investigative tool," Julie Roe Lach, NCAA vice president of enforcement,told CBSSports.com
. "[It's used] when we think that's really our only shot of getting that information."
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