Rejected NCAA Proposal Makes UNC Case More Complex
Thu Sep 13, 2012
So if UNC escapes punishment, which is far from a settled question at this point, it will be in part to what happened almost four years ago in Washington D.C. at the NCAA Convention. But it could reopen the old debate over central administration vs. institutional home rule. And it may do so right in the heart of the autonomy that institutions hold so dear.
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