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UNC Says They Aren’t Giving McCants $10 Million

Rashad McCants has been making news lately with huge allegations against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mccants is claiming that the school provided him a horrible education and used him for his skills and celebrity. McCants has went further to say that not only did the school encourage this behavior but also that of the Head Coach Roy Williams. Williams and other...
Via BlackSportsOnline
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

RaShad McCants Claims He’s Getting Paid $310-Million from UNC & NCAA

Last month, former UNC Tar Heel RaShad McCants called out his former school and the NCAA for academic fraud, saying Roy Williams knew about the fake classes he was taking and other academic violations.  Now, the situation is getting ever weirder. McCants, along with UNC learning specialist Mary Willingham, were guests on Mary Parker’s SiriusXM radio show to discuss in more...
Via Standing O Sports
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants Wants UNC to Pay Him $10 Mil for Bad Education

Former Tar Heel basketball star Rashad McCants may have faced backlash from his former teammates for accusing UNC of academic fraud, but that hasn’t stopped him from speaking out against the university that he says failed him educationally, and the collegiate athletic system that he says exploits athletes. In a recent interview with Mark Packer on Sirius XM, when asked if he was...
Via BlackSportsOnline
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants Says He’s Getting $310M From UNC, NCAA

The Rashad McCants saga gets better by the day. The former UNC Tar Heels guard was a guest on on Mary Parker’s SiriusXM radio show along with former UNC learning specialist Mary Willingham.   McCants stated that he and Roy Williams had no relationship and that neither the school nor the NCAA had reached out to him about his comments regarding the academic scandal at the university...
Via BlackSportsOnline
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants: $10M coming from UNC, $300M from NCAA

Rashad McCants was back on the radio Monday, elaborating on the North Carolina academic scandal and discussing any potential contact with the NCAA. On Friday, in an interview on Sirius/XM radio with Mark Packer, McCants said that he had no contact with the NCAA or UNC regarding his allegations of academic misconduct during his time as a player with the Tar Heels. "Not at all...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants Says North Carolina, The NCAA Writing Him Checks For More Than $310 Million

It apparently pays to speak out.  Rashad McCants, who, over roughly the last month, has spoken out about his time at North Carolina, claiming the school and its basketball program allowed him to have a fraudulent academic experience, says he is going to get paid by the Tar Heels and the NCAA.  Rashad McCants says he has $310 million in checks coming his way from UNC and the NCAA...
Via College Spun
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Listen: Rashad McCants Says “There Was No Relationship To Sever” With UNC’s Roy Williams, Says More Blame Should Be On Matt Doherty

The Rashad McCants-UNC saga continues to grow deeper with the news that the NCAA has re-opened its investigation of the school. McCants hopped on Sirius XM’s College Sports Nation show with Mark Packer and former Arkansas and Ole Miss football coach Houston Nutt to discuss his experiences at UNC, and interestingly, it doesn’t seem like much has changed between he and Roy WIlliams…because...
Via College Spun
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

North Carolina Academic Scandal Growing Uglier by the Day

North Carolina could be in serious trouble soon in light of recent allegations from former Tar Heels forward Rashad McCants that he took fake class to stay eligible while at UNC. In an interview with ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” with Andy Kaz, McCants reiterated his accusations of tutors writing papers and players receiving high grades in classes where they were never required...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants: I made Dean’s List at UNC without going to class

Former North Carolina basketball star Rashad McCants helped the Tar Heels win a national championship in 2005. Had he actually been required to go to class and not been allowed to take bogus courses, he may not have even been academically eligible that year. McCants, who has been playing in the NBA D-League since 2009, […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Rashad McCants says tutors wrote his term papers & he took fake classes at UNC to stay eligible

Rashad McCants tells "Outside The Lines" that tutors wrote his term papers, he rarely went to class for half his time at UNC, and he took fake classes to stay eligible. According to McCants, coach Roy Williams knew about it."I remained eligible to finish out and win the championship, his first championship, and everything was peaches and cream," McCants said.He...
Via Bob's Blitz
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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