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  • Jim Larranaga: ‘I am Coach-3’ in FBI college basketball probe

    Palm Beach Post "Miami coach Jim Larranaga said his legal team believes he is ‘Coach-3,’ as noted in the Department of Justice report about the FBI investigation into college basketball’s underbelly. “I am grateful we have come to that conclusion,” said Larranaga, “as I know I did nothing wrong, and it is..." October 23

  • Miami’s Lonnie Walker fully cleared to play

    Fanrag Sports "Miami Hurricanes freshman guard Lonnie Walker has been fully cleared to play, head coach Jim Larranaga tells FanRag Sports. The 6-5 Walker suffered a meniscus injury and was just cleared for drills less than two weeks ago. Walker is a five-star recruit, who played prep ball at Reading High..." October 17

  • Miami expects full exoneration after turning over records to FBI investigation

    CBS Sports "A little over a week since the FBI handed down charges to 10 individuals in and around college basketball, including four assistant coaches, Miami – a school believed to have been referenced in the documents but not charged – is reportedly expecting to be fully exonerated. According to the..." October 05

  • Miami men's basketball program under FBI investigation, president acknowledges

    CBS Sports "The president of the University of Miami (Fla.) acknowledged Wednesday evening that his men's basketball program is subject to an ongoing FBI investigation. Miami joins Auburn, Arizona, Louisville, Oklahoma State and USC as schools publicly connected to the unprecedented probe that has rocked..." September 28

  • Miami freshman Lonnie Walker suffers torn meniscus

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Miami (Fla.) freshman guard Lonnie Walker, one of college basketball's top newcomers and a potential lottery pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee Tuesday. Walker, a five-star recruit who was ranked No. 18 on Sporting News' way-too-early 2018 NBA Draft big board." July 12

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