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Former UNC safety Deunta Williams speaks out about NCAA, social media


Former North Carolina football player Deunta Williams, who was involved in the NCAA and university investigation into the football program, talked about his experience Tuesday and said he was treated unfairly by the NCAA. Williams was suspended for four games and paid more than $450 to charity as a result of the NCAA investigation. (WRAL Sports Fan)


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