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David Glenn on NCAA-UNC: "The NCAA must point to specific by-laws"


On Friday, the NCAA made public its investigation into the long-running academic fraud scandal at North Carolina. The University suffered no major penalties; as the infractions panel could not conclude violations in the UNC case. David Glenn addressed why the ruling came down like this on The David Glenn Show later on Friday. (ACC Sports Journal)

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