CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) – Miami is willing to stipulate to any “properly corroborated allegations” brought against the Hurricanes by the NCAA if the case is brought to an end and without any further penalties.
Miami made that offer in the motion filed with the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions to dismiss the case.
The Hurricanes want the infractions committee to use the broad power it has under NCAA rules to bring the case to a swift end. Miami says the investigation of the Hurricanes was filled with “gross incompetence and mismanagement” by those working the case.
Among the damages Miami cites as part of the investigation: excessive resources devoted by the school, two years of uncertainty around the football and men’s basketball programs, and smearing of the reputation of football coach Al Golden.
By TIM REYNOLDS
AP Sports Writer