Miami has hired noted NCAA troubleshooter Mike Glazier for at least part of its investigation into the Nevin Shapiro scandal, CBSSports.com has learned.
In a video statement on Monday, Miami president Donna Shalala said the school had hired "outside counsel that specializes in NCAA cases."
Glazier has been working with schools in NCAA hot water for at least 25 years bringing hundreds of billable hours to his firm Bond, Schoeneck and King in Overland Park, Kan. Glazier and former partner Mike Slive practically invented the cottage industry when both began taking cases out of Chicago in the 1980s.
Oregon made a similar move in the spring, almost immediately hiring Glazier after Yahoo Sports broke the Will Lyles story.
Glazier is a former NCAA investigator.