July 18th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

There will be an element of the unknown for N.C. State with the NCAA, ACC commissioner John Swofford said on Wednesday at the league’s annual football media kickoff. The NCAA has changed its investigative process to allow court testimony and documents to be used in its violations cases. N.C. State received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA on July 9 and it included four potential violations connected to former basketball star Dennis Smith Jr. Swofford, in his media address on Wednesday morning, said with the NCAA’s change in procedure it was an “interesting time” for N.C. State and the schools that will have to go through the NCAA process. “I think a lot of us in college athletics have our eyes on that, and the others that will come after that, just to see how the NCAA approaches that and how effective it is,” Swofford said of the use of information from the federal trials. -Joe Giglio, newsobserver. Read More.

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