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NCAA Will Suspend Missouri Coach Frank Haith For Five Games

The NCAA charged Haith with “failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance” in February after a lengthy investigation prompted by a Yahoo! Sports report.


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NCAA Opens Hearing on U of Miami Violations

School and conference officials were at the hearing in downtown Indianapolis, and were joined by others including Mizzou coach Frank Haith.

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NCAA Announces Problems with Miami Investigation

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Missouri Fan on Team Plane in Federal Drug Probe

Like other Division I programs, Missouri allows major donors to purchase empty seats on team planes when traveling to big events.

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Alden, Mizzou Back Haith

Asked if he supports Haith, Alden replied, “We support the NCAA process.”


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Mizzou Board Doesn’t Discuss Haith Situation

Chancellor Brady Deaton says MU will allow NCAA to complete its investigation into conduct at Miami before making a decision on coach’s future.


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Comments On U Of Miami Investigation

Nevin Shapiro told Yahoo Sports he provided improper benefits to 72 athletes, plus claims that at least seven coaches had knowledge of his actions.


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Miami Scandal Touches Mizzou

Frank Haith said this in a statement, “I can confirm that the NCAA has asked to speak with me regarding the time I spent at the University of Miami.”


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