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Inside Carolina Basketball With Roy Williams Tv Show

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 10:57:56 AM

The basketball team is in the Final Four, a championship so close as to put the campus into a state of vibration. And Roy Williams, their down-home coachfinds himself celebrated for hill-country wit and hoops acumen. Rival coaches bow as his acolytes.

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But there will be no penalties, the organization said, because no rules were broken. In a ruling that caused head-scratching everywhere except Chapel Hill, the N.

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Other students at North Carolina had access to the fraudulent classes, too. The N. It appeared to be a stark subversion of the N.

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The scheme involved nearly laxly administered and graded classes — frequently requiring no attendance and just one paper — over nearly two decades in the African and Afro-American Studies Department.

They were mostly administered by a staff member named Deborah Crowder.

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In many cases, athletes were steered to the classes by athletics academic advisers. In its notice of allegations, which is the N.

Wainstein — and emails in which advisers requested spots for athletes.

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The university cited instances in which similar misconduct was alleged at Auburn and Michigan, and the N. The panel said it had to take North Carolina at its word.

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Critics of the N. Thomas, a lawyer at Mintz Levin who advises colleges and universities on N.

But guess what? This is something the schools have always self-regulated. Kevin Draper contributed reporting.

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