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The NCAA's Limited Reach


The African and Afro-American Studies classes, in which students (not all of whom were athletes) received grades for work that was not actually reviewed and had little to no faculty supervision or contact, did not explicitly violate any NCAA rules. (Inside Higher Ed)


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