Found August 17, 2012 on Diehardsport:
The NCAA conducted an almost two-year investigation into the University of North Carolina, and it was concluded earlier this year.  The sanctions were a post-season ban, loss of a few scholarships, probation; nothing out of the ordinary.  The violations were also nothing drastically out of the ordinary, mainly players receiving improper benefits, improper dealings between players and coaches and NFL agents, and academic fraud.  BUT, the academic fraud the NCAA found them guilty of was a tutor providing free tutoring for players.  The issue with the NCAA and their investigation, is that they completely missed the fact that the African-American studies department has has 54 fake, no-show classes.  Players were literally told to sign up for these classes by academic advisors so that they didn’t have to go or take any tests and they would receive a grade.I would be okay with the NCAA missing these violations if they did not charge North Carolina with academic fraud.  If they hadn’t char...
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