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Sanctions aren't scaring away top football recruits

Conventional wisdom suggested the announcement of NCAA sanctions last week would cause North Carolina's committed prospects to rethink their decision. It hasn't happened. Not only has UNC not lost any recruits since receiving penalties that included a one-year bowl ban, the Tar Heels actually gained a couple. Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett all-purpose athlete Donnie Miles and Charlotte Mallard Creek cornerback Brian Walker committed to the Tar Heels over the last few days. (Rivals.com)

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