Monday, November 28, 2005

Report: School Helped Manipulate System

The New York Times has a terrific story on a Miami correspondence school that has helped at least 14 players make the necessary grade-point-average to gain entrance into college. The school, University High, was founded by a man who pleaded guilty to mail fraud (for fake diplomas) and is located on the third floor of an office building between a Starbucks and an animal hospital on Route 1 in south Miami. The Times identified 14 players who had signed with 11 Division I programs: Auburn, Central Florida, Colorado State, Florida, Florida State, Florida International, Rutgers, South Carolina State, South Florida, Tennessee and Temple (registration).

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