Remember: the initial Yahoo! Sports report on Nevin Shapiro's involvement with the Miami Hurricanes may have seemed sprawling and exhaustive, but it actually held back. The NCAA has already found minor improprieties committed by two players who weren't named in the report.
Now there's another alleged violation to add to former recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt's tally.
Albert Armstrong, father of the suspended Ray-Ray Armstrong, wonders why Hurtt, now at Louisville, isn't being punished, but the Canes defensive back is:
What I heard Ray-Ray got punished for was for staying with [former recruiting coordinator] Clint Hurtt. How is that supposed to be a violation when these coaches exposed these kids to this stuff? I just don't like that all these kids have to suffer and we haven't heard anything about the coaches yet.
Hurtt was originally claimed to have delivered recruits to Shapiro. When Armstrong was suspended, it was due to his receiving an impermissible five-night stay, but it wasn't until this claim that Hurtt's name was attached to that violation.
The investigation still has miles to go, so Hurtt and many others could still wind up being drawn in. Just because Hurtt hasn't yet been docked doesn't mean he won't be, though Cards coach Charlie Strong doesn't seem too worried. Not that Charlie Strong ever seems all that worried.