FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2017, file photo, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey, head of the NCAA infraction panel handling North Carolina's ongoing academic case, arrives at an NCAA hearing in Nashville, Tenn. Sankey says it's "more likely than not" that UNC athletes received fraudulent credit, but the organization's bylaws leave it to the schools themselves to determine academic fraud. He added that the panel could not use "those strong possibilities" to determine whether violations occurred."
FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2017, file photo, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey, head of the NCAA infraction panel handling North Carolina's ongoing academic case, arrives at an NCAA hearing in Nashville, Tenn. Sankey says it's "more likely than not" that UNC athletes received fraudulent credit, but the organization's bylaws leave it to the schools themselves to determine academic fraud. He added that the panel could not use "those strong possibilities" to determine whether violations occurred." Mark Zaleski AP
FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2017, file photo, Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey, head of the NCAA infraction panel handling North Carolina's ongoing academic case, arrives at an NCAA hearing in Nashville, Tenn. Sankey says it's "more likely than not" that UNC athletes received fraudulent credit, but the organization's bylaws leave it to the schools themselves to determine academic fraud. He added that the panel could not use "those strong possibilities" to determine whether violations occurred." Mark Zaleski AP

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