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UNC wants to see Michael McAdoo's law suit tossed


UNC and Chancellor Holden Thorp have asked for the dismissal of former Tar Heels football player Michael McAdoo's lawsuit against the school. McAdoo sued on July 1, claiming gross negligence and breach of fiduciary duty, seeking unspecified damages after the NCAA ruled him permanently ineligible. In addition to the university and Thorp, the NCAA was named as a defendant in the lawsuit. (Charlotte Observer)


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