The Best Twitter Reactions to the End of the Miami Hurricanes Scandal
It's over, folks. It's finally over, and the fact that Twitter is full of gloating jokes about the end of the messy NCAA investigation into the University of Miami athletics department tells you everything you need to know.
From what I've seen, Miami went to 7-0 today.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) October 22, 2013
The Miami Hurricanes long national nightmare is over. And you can take that to the bank! pic.twitter.com/Nm0ffZ3USg— Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) October 22, 2013
Miami Hurricanes football must've had Saul Goodman as its lawyer. Wow— Dalton Trigg (@D_trigg72) October 22, 2013
Al Golden is so excited he's going to put on his favorite tie. Wait, no, already on. He slept in it.— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) October 22, 2013
"Job well done, folks!" said Mark Emmert, popping a bottle of champagne only to have the cork fly across the room and kill a rare owl.— Greg Tepper (@Tepper) October 22, 2013
/watches Jacory Harris throw 75 INTs RT @schadjoe: How important to Miami's football success do you believe Nevin Shapiro was?— ACD (@Apdirtybird) October 22, 2013
"I am taking that program down." - Nevin Shapiro. SO CLOSE, NEVIN!— Jacob Shrader (@AllAboutTheU540) October 22, 2013
Thanks for the worst Law & Order episode ever, NCAA. Didn't even manage to cast Trina in a guest role.— sir broosk (@celebrityhottub) October 22, 2013
The NCAA's investigation of Miami is officially over. I'll miss you most of all, stripper abortion— Grimly (@loljocks_grimey) October 22, 2013
It goes all the way to the top. pic.twitter.com/44l6lcafWg— SB Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) October 22, 2013
Al Golden should have a statue erected at the Univ of Miami for what he's had to endure. Happy that this is now behind him & staff. #Canes— Jorge Sedano (@SedanoESPN) October 22, 2013
U Saw This Coming? Canes Hit with Cat 1 Penalties for Cat 4 Infractions. RT @kyle_mccall: Ugh, cheesy Miami Hurricanes headlines— Miguel (@miggiesmalls) October 22, 2013
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