Miami Football Investigation: 12 Current Players Implicated In Yahoo! Report

Among the mind-blowing number of allegations revealed in Yahoo! Sports' detailed investigation into the University of Miami's improper relationship with convicted felon and team booster Nevin Shapiro, which included a list of implicated players and coaches, is the reality that 12 players on said list are still currently on the football team.

In alphabetical order: Ray-Ray Armstrong, Travis Benjamin, Dyron Dye, Marcus Forston, Jacory Harris, Aldarius Johnson, JoJo Nicolas, Adewale Ojomo, Marcus Robinson, Sean Spence, Vaughn Telemaque and Olivier Vernon.

The biggest name on that list is Harris, the star quarterback whose injury last year put the brakes on a season that looked very promising. They were ranked and 5-2 after seven games.

Armstrong and Telemaque are two talented defensive backs. They tied for the team lead in 2010 with three interceptions apiece.

Normally, one would just assume there would be a mass of suspensions for these players, and that's still probably the case. However, the suspensions, at this point, are the least of The U's concerns.

For fan reaction (hint: it's probably a mix of emotions you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy) and more updates on the scandal, visit Seventh Floor Blog.

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