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UNC avoids more penalties from NCAA in academic fraud case

The NCAA infractions committee panel handling North Carolina's multi-year academic fraud case has released its ruling and said Friday it "could not conclude that the University of North Carolina violated NCAA academic rules when it made available deficient Department of African and Afro-American Studies "paper courses" to the general student body, including student-athletes."

Appeals court won’t revive lawsuit over UNC sham classes

A state appeals court won't revive a lawsuit by two former athletes who say they were harmed by sham classes at the University of North Carolina.

NCAA case tied to UNC’s academic case hits another delay

The NCAA case tied to North Carolina's multi-year academic scandal has hit yet another delay.

Tar Heels face NCAA extra-benefits charge in academic case

The timetable for the UNC academic athletics scandal has increased from five years to ten by the NCAA. Today's news is a step backwards for UNC Chapel Hill and fans of the Tar Heels.

NCAA: UNC’s arguments in academic case ‘without merit’

The NCAA says North Carolina's argument that the governing body lacks jurisdiction in the school's ongoing multi-year academic case is "without merit."

NCAA sets Oct. 28 hearing date for UNC in academic case

North Carolina is scheduled to appear before an NCAA infractions committee panel Oct. 28.

NCAA gives Campbell probation for eligibility issues

The NCAA has placed Campbell University on probation for one year for improper academic certification of athletes over a five-year period.

UNC skips self-imposed penalties in response to NCAA charges

North Carolina is challenging the NCAA's jurisdiction to pursue charges in the school's long-running academic fraud scandal and is holding off on self-imposed penalties.

Judge dismisses academic claims by ex-UNC athletes

A Mecklenburg County judge has dismissed a lawsuit in which two former University of North Carolina athletes alleged the school failed to provide them and other athletes a quality education by directing them toward sham classes.

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