Miami Hurricanes Scandal: Get Caught Up On The Yahoo! Report

If you missed it on Tuesday, Charles Robinson found his "10 of 10," an investigative report triggered by former Miami booster Nevin Shapiro, and it didn't disappoint. The scope of the investigation into alleged wrongdoing at Miami is so extensive, so mind-boggling, that details are still trickling in. The Yahoo! Investigative team spent 11 months compiling evidence, conducting 100 hours of interviews with Shapiro and putting together an incredibly in-depth report.

First things first: Go read Robinson's summary of the investigation, then read it again. But this is just the beginning. On the right sidebar, there are player links, with benefit details, corroborating evidence and other fun tidbits of information linking Shapiro to the program. Pay special attention to Devin Hester's player page, which is more amazing than words can describe.

In addition to the report, there's a complementary article on Shapiro himself, a look at why Miami is in this mess, and audio and video items. We also have a StoryStream with information from and reaction to the report. It's a massive mound of information that's worthy of a prize, and just confirms that if Charles Robinson and Yahoo! are hanging around your favorite college campus, it's time to head to the fallout shelters.

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