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How sports gambling left a taint on NC State, UNC basketball programs


While many years have passed, it’s hard to overlook what occurred after the 1960-61 season, when a point-shaving scandal was uncovered that involved players at N.C. State and UNC.. The games, fixed by out-of-state gamblers, would bring an end to the Dixie Classic, a popular Christmas-time tournament hosted by N.C. State., and change the course of the two programs. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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