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"North Carolina Releases NCAA's Third, Yes Third, Notice of Allegations In Academic Fraud Case"

Good summary of the recent development. Key paragraph:

This debacle has been going on for over half a decade and still no end is in sight. What is mystifying is the NCAA sending out three notices, adding, deleting and then reinserting allegations when candidly this case is not as complicated as many are making it out to be. It is academic fraud, it is extra benefits provided to athletes, and all of it was done in an attempt to keep (primarily) football and men's basketball athletes eligible to gain a competitive advantage. It is major NCAA violations. This is not a shocking scenario. Schools have been doing this for years and will continue to do it unless faculty take charge of its role as guardians of the curriculum, but I digress.

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