The Miami Hurricanes scandal will be commented on by just about everyone available that was even remotely connected to the school during what can essentially be considered the Nevin Shapiro era. The latest person to stick their comments into foray is former athletic director Paul Dee.
Dee, the school's athletic director from 1993 up until he stepped down in 2008, told the Miami Herald that he is "absolutely sickened" by the allegations and that Shapiro should have been on the athletic department's radar. Dee's reasoning for that stems from an earlier report that said former football coach Randy Shannon once warned his players about Shapiro's shady acts.
"At that point, if our coach is uncomfortable with someone, he should tell the compliance officer, ‘There's something about that guy I don't like,' and then we can check him out, keep an eye on him, and maybe ward him off if we need to. Maybe even hire a private investigator. The key to preventing all this is leadership and compliance. But you always question how much is too much enforcement."
In this case, it seems, one might also want to question how much is too little enforcement as well.