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Latest Ray-Ray Armstrong Items
NCAA investigators spent several days in Miami earlier this month as part of the continued inquiry into the Hurricanes' athletic compliance practices, said two people familiar with the situation.
Miami kicked senior safety Ray-Ray Armstrong off the football team Wednesday, and said it would give him a full release should he decide to transfer.
Miami linebacker Jordan Futch was recovering Tuesday from a suspected case of heat exhaustion, which necessitated him being taken from the Hurricanes' practice field by paramedics and transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
Miami quarterback Jacory Harris publicly apologized Friday to the university and its fans for his role in an extra-benefits scandal and acknowledged making mistakes as a freshman.
For Miami coach Al Golden, there is relief.
For Miami coach Al Golden, there is relief. And for the Hurricanes implicated in an extra-benefits scandal, there will be a return to the field this season. The NCAA said Tuesday that quarterback Jacory Harris and 11 other Hurricanes who accepted benefits from former booster Nevin Shapiro may play with some conditions — the first sanctions in a scandal that overshadows the program.
Quarterback Jacory Harris and 11 other Miami players who accepted extra benefits from former booster Nevin Shapiro will be allowed by the NCAA to play again, the first sanctions in a scandal that continues to overshadow the Hurricanes.
The NCAA ruled Tuesday that eight Miami players must sit out games and repay benefits in order to play for the Hurricanes again. Starting quarterback Jacory Harris and four other players must sit out one game and make repayment.
Seeming upbeat as usual, Miami quarterback Jacory Harris did not hesitate when asked about the fast-approaching start of the Hurricanes' season.