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  • Five times the NCAA meted out a 'death penalty.' Will Miami make six?

    Five times the NCAA meted out a 'death penalty.' Will Miami make six?

    With Nevin Shapiro’s allegations from behind bars that he lavished millions of dollars in goodies on University of Miami football player over eight years, in violation of NCAA rules, chatter intensified in print and online about whether Miami might suffer the worst punishment the NCAA can dish out. Unofficially known as the 'death penalty,' it eliminates the offending sports program from competition for one season (and sometimes more). It has been meted out to only five schools.

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  • Five times the NCAA meted out a 'death penalty.' Will Miami make six?

    Five times the NCAA meted out a 'death penalty.' Will Miami make six?

    With Nevin Shapiro’s allegations from behind bars that he lavished millions of dollars in goodies on University of Miami football player over eight years, in violation of NCAA rules, chatter intensified in print and online about whether Miami might suffer the worst punishment the NCAA can dish out. Unofficially known as the 'death penalty,' it eliminates the offending sports program from competition for one season (and sometimes more). It has been meted out to only five schools.

  • Word of the year 2010: 'Austerity' beats 'socialism' as Webster's word of the year

    Word of the year 2010: 'Austerity' beats 'socialism' as Webster's word of the year

    Word of the year: Austerity, the 14th century noun defined as "the quality or state of being austere" and "enforced or extreme economy," set off enough searches that Merriam-Webster named it as its Word of the Year for 2010, the dictionary's editors announced Monday.