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October 12th, 2017 | by College AD
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No one outside of the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions (COI) knows what punishments are in store for UNC on Friday. But we can fairly guess they’ll be more severe than originally thought back in 2015, when the original Notice of Allegations (NOA) was received. Since then, a revised second NOA was sent to UNC, which looked kinder, then last October, COI boss David Sankey (also the SEC Commissioner) told NCAA investigators to go back and beef up the allegations. That led to a third NOA alleging impermissible benefits and lack of institutional control.¬†UNC faces a number of possible punishments, some they’d probably accept and others they’d fight tooth and nail. – Mark Armstrong, abc11.comRead More

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