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UNC legal bills for NCAA probe top $467,000


UNC’s legal bills have topped $467,000 because of the scandal that erupted within its football team in 2010, spread to academic areas and resulted in NCAA sanctions four months ago. A university spokeswoman said in an email message Thursday that no taxpayer money has been used toward the lawyer fees, which are from two law firms that specialize in advising universities through NCAA crises. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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