NCAA hands down allegations against Miami

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CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Miami finally received its notice of allegations from the NCAA, which accused the school of having a “lack of institutional control” for not monitoring the conduct of a booster who provided thousands of dollars in cash, gifts and other items to football and men’s basketball players.

The institutional-control charge is typically one of the most severe the NCAA can bring after an investigation of rules violations.

The NCAA declined to comment a day after revealing that it was erasing some elements of its case against Miami because the information was obtained in impermissible ways.

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