In the wake of a Yahoo! sports report that opened the shades on one of the biggest college athletic scandals in history, many are questioning what punishment the NCAA will hand to the University of Miami once their investigation is complete. Could the death penalty be a possibility?
Nevin Shapiro was recently incarcerated for his role in a $930 million Ponzi scheme. Now that he's behind bars, Shapiro is talking about all the illicit gifts he gave to University of Miami athletes when he was a renegade booster. Shapiro estimates the costs of his NCAA rule-breaking gifts was in the millions of dollars range.
New Orleans Saints pro-bowl middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma is unhappy about the current NFL lockout. "It's never a good look for the fans to have the players and the owners arguing over money," explained Vilma.
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