Should the NCAA Revisit North Carolina?
Monday, August 27, 2012
It is difficult to argue against the NCAA returning to Chapel Hill to investigate allegations of academic fraud and, frankly, it is unconscionable that they have not already. One of the main criticisms, oftentimes valid, of the NCAA enforcement and infractions process is that it is arbitrary and capricious and lacks any consistency. (College Sports Business News)
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