UNC football receives postseason ban, scholarship reductions
Mon Mar 12, 2012
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill is responsible for multiple violations, including academic fraud, impermissible agent benefits, ineligible participation and a failure to monitor its football program, according to the decision announced today by the Division I Committee on Infractions
(pdf). Penalties for the case include a one-year postseason ban, reduction of 15 football scholarships, vacation of records and three years probation.
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