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NCAA president Mark Emmert confirms North Carolina could face sanctions for academic fraud

Monday, October 01, 2012

NCAA president Mark Emmert told CBSSports.com on Monday that the NCAA hasn't yet determined whether North Carolina will face additional sanctions because of allegations of academic fraud pertaining to former student-athletes. "We'll continue to monitor the situation and see what the facts are as they unfold from the investigations that [UNC] is involved with," Emmert said. "And [then we'll see] if there's anything further that we need to do." (CBS Sports)

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