Miami Coach Al Golden Monday Wouldn't Discuss Details of New Accusations of Violations [Derived Headline]
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Miami coach Al Golden Monday wouldn't discuss details of new accusations of violations within the Hurricanes program.
Speaking at the Atlantic Coast Conference's preseason media days, Golden has said he hasn't acted unethically. He said Monday that he remains committed to Miami and following NCAA rules.
"We're just moving forward," Golden said. "I'm not going to operate any differently than we have. I'm always going to be respectful of people and we're going to operate with integrity and do things the right way."
The new allegations surfaced Friday when Yahoo! Sports reported that a former football employee assisted members of Golden's staff with recruiting.
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