Found August 31, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
In a decision that has sparked confusion and rage across the country, the NCAA has cleared North Carolina of any academic impropriety after an investigation of the scandal that has plagued the university and given scrutiny to their Afro-American studies department. The NCAA ruled that there were no violations committed by the university, and that no player's eligibility was tainted by the courses...despite mountains of evidence that seem contrary to that ruling. The outrage has been widespread. Bruce Feldman said on his CBS blog that "the NCAA makes it up as they go along" and "they find what they want to find". Yahoo's Dan Wetzel called out the NCAA for hypocracy in reference to claims of favoritism. A piece last week on College Sports Business News by David Ridpath stated "the NCAA can use this case to change legitimate negative perceptions of the process it purports to be fair and consistent by acting according to its published principles," ...
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