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Facing a "notice of allegations" stemming from the Miami investigation. Penalty could include a multiple-year show-cause order, similar to the one received by Bruce Pearl.
The NCAA is expected to release a notice of allegations as early as this week regarding the Miami investigation. A source close to the situation told CBSSports.com that former Hurricanes and current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be charged with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance.
If Missouri is smart they cut bait on the guy. The ship is already creaking and groaning along as Anderson's influence leaves the program. It still cracks me up that people think Haith all the sudden changed his stripes when he showed up at MU. Guy was a middle of the road to bad coach at Miami and last year for MU went against all of his coaching history. It looks strangely like an Anderson team on offense that didn't press on defense.
When Pressey leaves and Haith has to coach offense it will really bottom out.
What happens if an employed coach gets a show cause?
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I am not sure it was ever contemplated in the rules as written. They seem to be written on the assumption that the coach getting the show cause had just been fired from his current job. No one anticipated that anyone would be stupid enough to hire a guy with the NCAA on their ass.
I'm not sure that's correct. I think the rule doesn't have as much to do with the hiring process as it does with the employment process. I think it says that a member institution must "show cause for why they should not be hit with the same sanctions as the institution at which that coach was previously employed" to employ that coach, not just to hire him. In other words, I think mizery would have to fire Haith or go before the Committee on Infractions and argue why they shouldn't get the same penalties as Miami since it was Haith who committed the violations.
Oh, and I think Todd Bozeman was actually still Cal's coach when the ruling came down on his show-cause order, and I know that Kent State not only was employing Rob Senderhoff (Kelvin Sanctions' phone call man) when his show-cause came down, but they also continued that employment, including promoting him from assistant, to interim head coach, to full head coach, all without objecting to the sanctions levied against him.
Just when I thought this story could not get more fantastic.
1st we get Mellinger dropping this turd of nonsense.
Then the NCAA drops that second turd.
That is especially great from my point of view. Haith's recruiting will be curtailed (at best) as he won't get a clean bill of health for at least 6 months if not longer. The guy is not a great coach to begin with and this team is already starting to come apart a bit. It looks to be on the verge of being just like his old Miami squads the second Pressey is gone from the program as well. Now MU can't make a move on him because of this but with no closure he can't move on in the recruiting world either.
Ahh MU. Even when they win they really lose.
Missouris endangered species list after a CBSSports.com report that indicates he will face serious NCAA charges from a scandal at his previous job in Miami. But while most are focusing on whether MU will fire Haith, the most important questions are largely ignored.
The NCAA national office has uncovered an issue of improper conduct within its enforcement program that occurred during the University of Miami investigation.
NCAA screw-ups are becoming habit. This follows the Shabazz-saving incompetence and, further back, former USC assistant coach McNair's lawsuit against the NCAA has been interesting.
Ever since this broke, I've wondered if we actually wanted him to get whacked. Seriously, he's a BAD coach. They really screwed up that hire. As in, I'm not sure they could have done much worse without doing it intentionally. So, I don't WANT him fired.
It's win-win -- the comedy of their poor hire blowing up or them keeping a bad coach.
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