UNC Athletics/Academics Scandal

NCAA’s ‘ruling’ or ‘non-ruling’ on UNC classes brings forth a large response on a national level

from www.charlotteobserver.com: The NCAA’s position that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has done nothing wrong by offering bogus classes that helped athletes maintain their eligibility has spurred a wave of skepticism from national sportswriters and others who follow college sports. “The NCAA concludes no violations in UNC academic scandal,” tweeted Stewart Mandel, NCAA’s ‘ruling’ or ‘non-ruling’ on UNC classes brings forth a large response on a national level

North Carolina did not break any academic rules:That’s the word from the NCAA(Read it here, the Heels are in the clear this year)

No academic rules broken by the University of North Carolina and that is the word that is in, from the National Collegiate Athletic Association…The NCAA has the final say and they feel NO rules were broken at UNC within the academic studies areas/departments and therefore North Carolina is in the clear and they can play North Carolina did not break any academic rules:That’s the word from the NCAA(Read it here, the Heels are in the clear this year)

Legal bills began piling up during NCAA violations and academic problems at UNC

The legal fees began to mount during the NCAA investigations at UNC-Chapel Hill and the academic problems can be traced in part, to a working-agreement with the football players/athletes and their tutors and in one case a term paper grew from 2 1/2 pages to 8 1/2 pages after the tutor made some adjustments…Still an Legal bills began piling up during NCAA violations and academic problems at UNC

Summer Classes in the UNC academic scandal were often ‘one seat’ classes with other seats being held for athletes

So very much to read on this one and you may need to turn this into your ‘Summer Reading Project’…..From Dan Kane at the Charlotte Observer(www.charlotteobserver.com) Students looking to enroll in a summer class at UNC-Chapel Hill taught by Julius Nyang’oro were likely to hit a roadblock as soon as they went online. Of the Summer Classes in the UNC academic scandal were often ‘one seat’ classes with other seats being held for athletes