INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The NCAA hearings to determine if the University of Miami committed major infractions involving former booster Nevin Shapiro ended Friday after 16 1/2 hours over two days. The Committee on Infractions typically releases its report six to eight weeks after a hearing, though there is a chance that the Hurricanes may have to wait longer before hearing their fate.
"I know everybody's glad to get it to this point," said Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford, who has steadfastly supported Miami throughout the investigation. "Everybody will also be glad when it's fully culminated and hopefully that will be sooner rather than later. Certainly the hope would be prior to the beginning of another football season. It's been an extraordinary long investigation."