2 Triangle shoe stores named in UNC football investigation

Two local sneaker stores owners are named in the investigation into UNC student-athletes selling team issued gear, said the practice is common and widespread. On Monday, UNC identified 13 football players who were suspended after they sold team-issued sneakers. Mike Phillips, owner of SirCastleTees in Raleigh, was named in the university-released documents. (CBS 17)

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