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September 11, 2014 5:01 PM

UNC completes investigation of Boyer incident

The office of student affairs at UNC-Chapel Hill has completed an investigation into an off-campus altercation that led to the suspensions of four football players, the university announced Thursday. UNC did not detail the conclusions of its investigation, which began after Jackson Boyer allegedly suffered a concussion during an altercation with teammates.

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