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UNC, the NCAA, and the AFAM scandal: For people with a life


This column is written for people who, every time they see an article about the UNC AFAM scandal, just don’t have the time to review every procedural detail that has occurred since ’s 2010 tweet. They just want to know enough to separate the signal from the noise and move on. If that sounds like you, congratulations, you’re a responsible adult. This is for you. (Tar Heel Blog)

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