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This will not end well for Clint Hurtt, who was integral in the whole Nevin Shapiro scandal at Miami. Hurtt is responsible for landing Teddy Bridgewater -- who originally committed to Miami -- and many other top Louisville recruits.
I find it interesting that the former Miami assistant who was on Will Muschamp's staff at Florida resigned (was forced to resign) before the 2012 season because of all of this, but Louisville allowed Hurtt to stick around:
So what does this even mean in terms of penalties for all of these coaches? Could they all be fired? Suspended?
Or will their misconduct be part of the penalties assigned to The U and their athletic programs?
This could be astronomical?
I am just going to go ahead and throw this out there because it is going to be asked, Dave do you think this has any effect on the recruitment of you know who? Obviously this guy will likely lose his job but I assume they can't punish Lville for hiring before due process and he really doesn't have anything to do with offensive side of ball.
I can't imagine it will have any effect on James Quick's recruitment. I think that was a stressful time for Quick at the end and he's glad it's over with. Just can't see him flipping at this late stage, especially with him being a hometown kid. The backlash around him would be too severe. It would have been bad enough if he had picked OSU to begin with. But to pick Louisville and then back out of his commitment? The kid would get figuratively killed locally.
Plus, while it does look like this Louisville assistant coach will have to be fired or will have to resign before the 2013 season begins, Strong will still be at Louisville (which is the main thing from Quick's perspective) and the offense won't change (the other thing that's likely important to him).
This assistant is a dirtbag and a reason I didn't get all misty eyed at the feel good story that was Charlie Strong.
Hurrt is the primary reason "Da Ville" is little Miami.
They have ~30 players from south Fla.
And I shall rejoice in victory for another 365 days over That School Up North.
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