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June 13, 2013 6:05 PM

Haith, Miami begin defense in front of NCAA infractions committee

Nearly three years after former booster Nevin Shapiro began spinning a web of allegations about providing impermissible benefits to former players and coaches, the University of Miami got an opportunity Thursday morning to begin defending itself in front of the NCAA and its committee on infractions. Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith, formerly of the Hurricanes, concluded his meeting with the committee Thursday.

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