NCAA says UNC didn't break any rules

Mrs. Tyler Thompsonabout 9 years


In "WTF News of the Day," the NCAA has concluded that no violations were committed in UNC's academic scandal. UNC just released a statement on their website about the NCAA's investigation, which has apparently been ongoing since 2011:
"The University first notified the NCAA that it had identified potential academic issues involving student-athletes in African and Afro-American Studies courses on August 24, 2011. We asked the NCAA to join us in our investigation of these issues, and they agreed to do that. A member of the NCAA enforcement staff traveled to Chapel Hill several times in the fall of 2011 and participated throughout the investigation. With the NCAA enforcement staff, our internal working group of University Counsel Leslie Strohm, Senior Associate Dean Jonathan Hartlyn, and former faculty athletics representative Jack Evans interviewed faculty and staff in the Department of African and Afro-American Studies, academic support counselors, and student-athletes who had taken multiple courses in the department. Based on the joint review, UNC and the NCAA staff concluded there were no violations of current NCAA rules or student-athlete eligibility issues related to courses in African and Afro-American Studies. As a result, the NCAA did not add any allegations or include this issue during the University’s appearance in October 2011 before the Committee on Infractions."
So, Rick Minter taking his girlfriend to dinner during an official visit is off limits but academic fraud ain't no thang? WTF?

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