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UNC-system Board of Governors releases its final scrutiny of misconduct
The UNC-system Board of Governors’ independent review of academic misconduct at UNC-CH, released Thursday, mostly agreed with known findings — but it raised new concerns...

Chancellor search may be down to 12 candidates
The search for UNC’s next chancellor is narrowing down. Jackie Overton, chairwoman of the Employee Forum, expressed her confidence in the remaining pool of candidates...

Another probe finds UNC athletes got no special treatment
A panel overseeing how UNC allowed and responded to academic fraud says it was not able to get to the bottom of every detail, but...

Academic Counseling Racket
When stories like Michael McAdoo’s burst into public view, the athlete is almost always cast as the villain, a cheater gaming the academy. But, in...

New UNC policy forces athletes to pay for their own tutors
A new University policy enacted in July means athletes unable to find the one-on-one attention they thought would be available must now find and pay...

Big 12 expansion: FSU, Clemson, Louisville ID'd as potential candidates
The Big 12 conference identified several candidates for new teams, including the Florida St. Seminoles, Clemson Tigers and Louisville Cardinals. With Big 12 expansion, it...

ACC/Big 12 alliance makes sense to stiff-arm conference realigment
A scheduling alliance helps both leagues. Miami and Florida State available to the Big 12. Oklahoma and Texas matriculating through the ACC. Remember, the ACC...

Big 12 exploring alliances with ACC, two other leagues
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby said the league is actively exploring a possible alliance with the Atlantic Coast Conference and two other unspecified leagues for...

Ohio State president told school's Athletic Council Big Ten expansion talks "ongoing"
Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee told the school’s Athletic Council in December that discussions about further expansion for the Big Ten conference are “ongoing.”...

Additional Review: UNC academic fraud not mainly for athletes
Despite skepticism that met a former governor's findings last month, athletes weren't the main beneficiaries of academic fraud at the University of North Carolina at...

University counters sexual assault complaint allegation
After nearly a week of silence, administrators began Thursday to address allegations against UNC’s handling of sexual assault cases that emerged from a complaint filed...

Chancellor Holden Thorp said he believes the University is in good shape
Despite the recent scandals UNC has faced, including those that contributed to his decision to resign, Chancellor Holden Thorp believes it’s still in good shape...

Realignment looming? Big 12 ADs to discuss expansion
If schools such as Florida State, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech could be persuaded to join the Big 12 while having each other as...

NCAA Finds "Improper Conduct" Within Own Enforcement Program
The NCAA has found what it calls "a very severe case of improper conduct" committed by former members of its own enforcement program during the...

Maryland attorney general moves to dismiss ACC lawsuit
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has moved to dismiss the ACC’s lawsuit against the University of Maryland, saying “a North Carolina court has no...

Complaint: UNC pressured dean to underreport sexual assault cases
In 2011, the University Counsel’s office pressured Melinda Manning, then UNC’s assistant dean of students, to underreport cases of sexual assault, according to a complaint...

ACC places 3rd among most valuable conferences
Even after signing a new $3.6 billion TV deal with ESPN the ACC was hounded with realignment rumors. And though Maryland eventually announced its departure...

Will future conference expansion make ACC vulnerable?
In the dollars-top-everything world of college football only a few conferences qualify as fully safe havens and it’s starting to look like the ACC might...

Tony Waldrop was Ahead of the Curve
Though UNC-Chapel Hill’s athletic department released a new strategic plan for redefining the interaction between collegiate sports and academics Wednesday, several Carolina athletes have been...

ACC reportedly tossing around idea of starting its own network
The Big Ten has one, the Pac-12 has one and the SEC is working on getting one of its own. Could the ACC become the...

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