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NCAA Finds Its Own Improper Conduct In Miami Investigation
Published January 23, 2013
The NCAA drew some sharp criticism on Twitter following the announcement. Bleacher Report's Dan Levy wrote, "It's not surprising that in a case involving the NCAA, Miami and Nevin Shapiro, it's the NCAA that comes off the most unscrupulous." CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman: "The NCAA isn't just policing amateurs.. apparently it's being run by them too." SI.com's Andy Staples wrote, "It's a good thing no one at the NCAA has ever been sanctimonious or holier-than-thou. Otherwise, they'd really be getting destroyed." ESPN's Jay Bilas: "Still waiting for NCAA to declare itself ineligible, then seek reinstatement after the long, slow investigation."