• Miami will lose a total of nine football scholarships over the next three seasons (three per year). Miami also will lose a total of three basketball scholarships over the next three seasons (one per year).
• Miami has been placed on three years probation: from Oct. 22, 2013 through Oct. 21, 2016. Miami was found guilty of “lack of institutional control.”
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• Miami may only provide a prospect an unofficial visits complementary tickets for one home game during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
Self-imposed by the university:
• Two year bowl ban following the 2011 and 2012 seasons, including the 2012 ACC Championship game.
• Reduction of official paid visits for 2012-13 by 20 percent to a total of 36 visits.
• Reduction of fall evaluations in 2012-13 by six (from 42 to 36).
Reduction of available contact days during the 2012-13 contact period by 20 percent.
• For all sports, any staff member who sends an impermissible text to a prospect will be fined a minimum of $100 per message, and coaches will be suspended from all recruiting activities for seven days.
Further penalties resulting from impermissible texts and phone calls are detailed in the public report.
• Missouri coach and former UM basketball coach Frank Haith will receive a five-game suspension.
• Former UM receivers coach Aubrey Hill, former UM defensive line coach Clint Hurtt and former UM assistant basketball coach Jorge Fernandez received two-year show cause penalties. (Hurtt is on Louisville’s staff (pending a decision by the school), but the penalty will make it difficult for Hill and Fernandez to land jobs in the next two years.)
• Former assistant basketball coach Jake Morton did not get a show cause penalty. Of the five former UM coaches who received notices of allegation, he was the only one not to get a show-cause or suspension.