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North Carolina star guard P.J. Hairston will start the season on the sideline, serving out a suspension for an unspecified amount of time after he was arrested and charged with driving without a license, possessing marijuana and carrying a handgun. But according to Jack Halperin, a UNC academic tutor, the punishment is nowhere near severe enough.
Halperin wrote an open letter...
PJ Hairston had a tumultuous off-season with arrests for reckless driving and speeding, as well as, questions surrounding rental cars he was driving. Roy Williams announced that he planned to suspend Hairston (although he has not said how many games he will not play) as opposed to dismissing the Tar Heels’ leading scorer from the team.
Jack Halperin, an academic tutor for Chapel...
The drama surrounding troubled North Carolina guard P.J. Hairston seemingly has no end.
After multiple run-ins with trouble, Hairston is indefinitely suspended but remains on the roster – a fact that sent one Carolina athletic tutor over the edge. Jack Halperin wrote into the student newspaper The Daily Tar Heel ripping Roy Williams for letting Hairston continue to stay on the...