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Miami Football Scandal (2011)

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  • Teel Time: Unless you're sold on Duke, Virginia Tech still controls own ACC fate

    Raise your hand if you believe Duke will win its four remaining regular-season games. My hand’s not up, and I’d wager that’s a majority view. If we’re right, then Virginia Tech still controls its fate in the ACC Coastal Division.
  • 'Canes early enrollees arriving, Franklin reportedly set to take Penn State job

    After nearly a week of speculation, it seems Al Golden watch at Miami may officially be over.  According to multiple reports from outlets including ESPN and CBS Sports, Penn State has decided to offer its vacant coaching job to Vanderbilt's James...

    Wake Forest at Miami: Game day notes as Canes return to Sun Life

    It's almost game day, so here are some news and notes as 7th-ranked Miami prepares to host Wake Forest on Saturday at Sun Life Stadium.  *Miami coach Al Golden penned a letter to UM's student body this week, thanking it for its support through the...

    Teel Time: After seismic 2012-13 off field, how did ACC teams fare on?

    Teel Time: After seismic 2012-13 off field, how did ACC teams fare on?
    The ACC envisioned the future Monday with its New York rollout for new members Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame. But with the final competition on the NCAA’s sports calendar — baseball’s College World Series — settled last week,...

    Teel Time: Swofford on new ACC revenue plan, New York tournament, NCAA governance

    Since its 1954 inception, the ACC basketball tournament has never strayed outside North Carolina in consecutive seasons. But the lure of New York could change that, Commissioner John Swofford said during a wide-ranging interview Monday. Relaxed as we...