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NCAA Reopens Probe Into UNC Academic Regularities


Translation? The NCAA wants to talk to Crowder and Nyang'oro which means what they say will determine where this goes. If one or both of them reveal a link between AFAM and athletics then this could turn into an NCAA violations case of epic proportions given the length of time involved. If not then the NCAA can close the case again but with the "we will continue to monitor" caveat. (Tar Heel Blog)

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