Experts refute claims by Mary Willingham; she rips their report
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Three experts hired by UNC to investigate claims of low literacy levels for Tar Heel athletes found no evidence to support those claims, UNC announced Friday. Whether Carolina’s athletes were prepared for a school like UNC, especially in the revenue sports, has been debated since Carolina counselor Mary Willingham said her researched raised serious concerns.
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