NCAA President Mark Emmert answers questions at a news conference for the 2016 NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in Houston. There he called the UNC-CH’s scandal “a great, big, complicated case,” but the NCAA’s updated allegations seem to have reduced the scope of the matter. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
NCAA President Mark Emmert answers questions at a news conference for the 2016 NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in Houston. There he called the UNC-CH’s scandal “a great, big, complicated case,” but the NCAA’s updated allegations seem to have reduced the scope of the matter. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) David J. Phillip AP
NCAA President Mark Emmert answers questions at a news conference for the 2016 NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in Houston. There he called the UNC-CH’s scandal “a great, big, complicated case,” but the NCAA’s updated allegations seem to have reduced the scope of the matter. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) David J. Phillip AP

In UNC-CH probe, the NCAA blinks and the scandal shrinks

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