Michael McAdoo, a former University of North Carolina football player, has filed a lawsuit against the school, saying it failed to provide him and other athletes a quality education by guiding them toward sham classes. McAdoo was ruled permanently ineligible in 2010 for academic violations connected to a tutor providing improper assistance on a research paper for a class in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department.
Michael McAdoo, a former University of North Carolina football player, has filed a lawsuit against the school, saying it failed to provide him and other athletes a quality education by guiding them toward sham classes. McAdoo was ruled permanently ineligible in 2010 for academic violations connected to a tutor providing improper assistance on a research paper for a class in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department. AP
Michael McAdoo, a former University of North Carolina football player, has filed a lawsuit against the school, saying it failed to provide him and other athletes a quality education by guiding them toward sham classes. McAdoo was ruled permanently ineligible in 2010 for academic violations connected to a tutor providing improper assistance on a research paper for a class in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department. AP

Ned Barnett

November 15, 2014 8:00 PM

McAdoo case asks: What are student-athletes owed?

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