Recently there has been a lot of speculation floating around as to whether or not current University of Miami head football coach Al Golden will stick around following the conclusion of this season. I for one say let's hope so. Golden took the helm before a national scandal broke involving former UM booster Nevin Shapiro. With possible sanctions looming, is it worth it for him to stay?
Although current Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst insists that Golden "is happy," Golden himself will not make light of Miami's current situation. Eichorst plead the fifth when asked about any possible sanctions and he reiterated that any timeline is unknown.
Miami has been cooperating with the NCAA during the investigation and Eichorst continues to applaud the University's compliance department.
In regards to Al Golden and his possible premature departure, he seems to only speak through his agent, Brett Senior. Senior insists that Golden "isn't going anywhere" and that he "is committed [to Miami]." Golden is currently in the first-year of a five-year contract.
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