Bruce Feldman of CBS tweeted out the following this morning:
Expect L'ville & Clint Hurtt up next. MT
@SIPeteThamel: UF confirms WR coach AubreyHill is resigning in wake of Shapiro mess at Miami
How far will the waves go through Louisville with this Miami scandal?
Teddy Bridgewater is mentioned throughout these latest stories:Hurricanes coach Al Golden's staff used booster's associate in pote...
• On Dec. 17, 2010, five days after Golden was hired as Miami's coach, Allen testified that he was summoned to the restaurant Dan Marino's in South Miami to pick up Miami Northwestern High school quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater had withdrawn his commitment to the Hurricanes earlier in the month and Golden's staff was attempting to reverse his decision.
Allen testified that Bridgewater, Golden and other Miami coaches were at the restaurant during an unofficial visit and that a member of the coaching staff asked Allen to pick Bridgewater up. Allen testified that "I sat with Teddy and – actually that might have been the first time I met coach Golden, and they talked and I drove Teddy home from there."
Allen's phone records show eight calls exchanged with Bridgewater that afternoon and early evening, as well as four calls exchanged with Hill. The former Miami staffer told Yahoo! Sports that Hill, a then-Miami assistant, was present at the restaurant and arranged for Allen to pick Bridgewater up and transport him home – a violation of NCAA rules. The staffer also said Golden was aware Allen was there to take Bridgewater home.
More from Feldman:
Heard from several sources the exMiami coach most tied to Shapiro scandal wasnt Hill. It'll be Clint Hurtt (now at Lville).
Clint shouldn't worry about it. Louisville coaches only get screwed for around 15 seconds.
Sounds like Clint Hurtt is about to get a show cause order from the NCAA. Louisville has brought in more than 10 players from Miami since Strong/Hurt have been in Louisville. Most are from one school, Miami Northwestern. Teddy Bridgewater has already been questioned by the NCAA. There has to be some interest there by the NCAA.