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UNC-CH Cleared In NCAA Investigation
Written by Brian Geisinger, ACCSports.com   
Friday, 13 October 2017 16:48

CHAPEL HILL -- The NCAA said that its infractions panel could not conclude violations in the UNC case. The only penalty laid out in the report is a show-cause penalty for former department chair Julius Nyang’oro.

During the period of Oct. 13, 2017 to Oct. 12, 2022, any NCAA member school employing the former chair must show cause why Nyang’oro should not have restrictions on athletically related activity.

A week after its initial release date, the NCAA has put forth its conclusive report into the academic scandal at North Carolina.

The report, which was arrives about eight weeks after UNC meet with the NCAA Committee on Infractions in Nashville, Tennessee. This should provide some closure to an investigation that’s taken many turns over the course of seven-plus years.

The last three-and-a-half years have included three notices of allegations. North Carolina faced five Level I violation; that included a lack of institutional control. Men’s basketball and football were both named in third Notice of Allegations.

 

 
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