While I don't disagree that this occurs at some level at all the big programs, these allegations sound quite a bit more severe than the USC or Ohio State situations. Over 70 players receiving improper benefits, possibly dozens of coaches aware or even complicit, 2 first round draft picks signing with the booster's own agency, not to mention the fact that anything that happened before 2008 counts as a repeat offence for the U.
The NCAA will do everything they can to avoid giving Miami the Death Penatly, but this seems to be bad enough to deserve it.
Edit: Sounds like only 6 coaches. Thought I'd read it was 13, and the NCAA had confirmed more than the initial Yahoo investigation.
[ Edited by Digger on Aug 17, 2011 at 8:56 AM ]