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September 3, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The arraignment of University of Miami football players Lamar Thomas, the team's leading receiver last season, and Jason Marucci, a reserve running back, was continued for a second time. The hearing to be held today was tentatively reset for Sept. 10. Thomas and Marucci were indicted Aug. 18 for their role in a Pell Grant scandal at the school. They have requested that the U.S. attorney's office drop the charges and allow them to enroll in a pretrial diversion program.
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September 3, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The arraignment of University of Miami football players Lamar Thomas, the team's leading receiver last season, and Jason Marucci, a reserve running back, was continued for a second time. The hearing to be held today was tentatively reset for Sept. 10. Thomas and Marucci were indicted Aug. 18 for their role in a Pell Grant scandal at the school. They have requested that the U.S. attorney's office drop the charges and allow them to enroll in a pretrial diversion program.
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August 19, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Flanker Lamar Thomas and reserve fullback Jason Marucci of the University of Miami were indicted by a federal grand jury, charged with fraudulently obtaining federal financial aid, prosecutors said Tuesday. Both players were charged in an ongoing fraud investigation started more than a year ago at Miami, last year's national champion, involving Pell grants, a form of federal financial aid for needy students.
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August 22, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two indicted University of Miami football players must sit out practice until the U.S. attorney's office decides whether to accept their request to enter a pretrial diversion program, athletic director Dave Maggard said. Wide receiver Lamar Thomas and running back Jason Marucci were indicted Tuesday on charges of fraudulently obtaining federal financial aid. The two are scheduled to return to court Thursday. The players could have avoided charges by accepting an offer from the U.S.
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September 24, 1992 | STEVE HARVEY
THE COLLEGES Arkansas State is making progress. True, it was drubbed, 0-31, by Northern Illinois last Saturday and has been outscored, 0-141, this season. But at least Arkansas State reduced its average margin of destruction from 55 to 47 points. At this rate of improvement, Arkansas State could be losing by fewer than three touchdowns in another month or so. Bottomless Pitt (1-2), meanwhile, moved up to No. 3 with an impressive setback to Rutgers.
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