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UNC releases its response to NCAA’s third notice of allegations in academic scandal case

UNC-Chapel Hill made public its response Thursday to the NCAA’s third notice of allegations in the academic-athletic scandal involving classes that had no instruction and offered high grades for a paper. The NCAA’s enforcement staff will have an opportunity to review and address issues UNC raises over the next 60 days, with the case then expected to proceed to an infractions committee hearing in August.

North Carolina

Deborah Crowder meets with NCAA investigators about UNC scandal

Deborah Crowder, who’s at the center of North Carolina’s multi-year academic scandal interviewed with NCAA investigators after previously declining to cooperate in the probe. Raleigh attorney Elliot Abrams told The Associated Press on Wednesday night that his client met all day with investigators. Crowder is a retired office administrator in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies (AFAM) department.

Videos

Wainstein discusses lack of evidence regarding UNC basketball player Rashad McCants

Kenneth Wainstein discusses the lack of evidence found in his investigation regarding UNC basketball player Rashad McCants.
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Wainstein discusses lack of evidence regarding UNC basketball player Rashad McCants 1:08

Wainstein discusses lack of evidence regarding UNC basketball player Rashad McCants

Mary Willingham and Jay Smith on UNC academic fraud 6:50

Mary Willingham and Jay Smith on UNC academic fraud

Agent pleads guilty to giving money to UNC football players 0:23

Agent pleads guilty to giving money to UNC football players

Agent sentenced after pleading guilty to giving money to UNC football players 3:40

Agent sentenced after pleading guilty to giving money to UNC football players