Attorney for Three Former UM Assistant Coaches Wants to Publicly Reveal why NCAA Case Should be Dismissed

April 5, 2013Quotes & Mentions
The Miami Herald
The NCAA’s investigation into the University of Miami, relating to alleged booster payments to players and improper behavior by former coaches, has been commandeering headlines for nearly two years. Despite denials of wrongdoing by involved coaches and admitted “foul-ups” by the NCAA during the investigation, the case has continued to serve as a hindrance to the coaches when it comes to employment opportunities. Recently, Dinsmore’s James Zeszutek, who is representing three of the coaches being investigated, spoke with The Miami Herald about his recent interactions with the NCAA and why he feels the case should be dismissed.