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Report: UNC, NCAA say plaintiffs have no legal claim


Attorneys for the University of North Carolina and the NCAA argued in federal court filings on Friday that "regrettable actions" concerning irregular classes taken by Tar Heels athletes do not constitute legal action. The suit was brought by former women’s basketball player and former football player and is being led by the attorney who won the Ed O’Bannon names, images and likenesses case against the NCAA. (Carolina Blue)

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