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NCAA grants extra year for formerly charged UNC football player, Allen Artis


The NCAA has granted additional eligibility for a North Carolina player who missed most of the 2016 season after being accused of sexual battery and assault on a female. Those misdemeanor charges were dismissed and attorney Kerry Sutton told The Associated Press on Thursday that the NCAA granted an appeal this week allowing to play the 2018 season. (Associated Press)

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