Starting Five: Tar Heels' disgrace
Fri Sep 28, 2012
So now the chancellor, who was in charge as the university's top fundraiser reportedly took personal trips at the university's expense, who was in charge as the football program was placed on NCAA probation and the coach who presided over that descent was paid $2.7 million to go away—that guy declares the way forward is to make it tougher for young athletes to be admitted to school? If North Carolina follows Holden Thorp in any direction from this day forward, it should be ashamed.
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