The NCAA Committee on Infractions is about to meet with North Carolina officials to lay out violations and punishment stemming from years of alleged academic fraud for athletes at the university.
The case has taken years for the NCAA to address but at this point, things do not look good for the Tar Heels.
Check out this passage:
Can't stress how bad this seemingly looks for UNC. pic.twitter.com/7AqCNinje8
— Dennis Dodd (@dennisdoddcbs) July 26, 2017
UNC, you'll recall, essentially told the NCAA that this case was not of its concern. To which the NCAA said, well, actually … pic.twitter.com/c43dVm0Eye
— Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) July 25, 2017
You may be talking about "fake classes for years," but NCAA Enforcement says it's not talking about that. pic.twitter.com/ujymqQzXg6
— B. Martin (@yibyabby) July 26, 2017
As I reread the NCAA's response to UNC's response, this passage jumps out as the crux of the case NCAA is attempting to make: pic.twitter.com/w0JaJs6zfG
— Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) July 26, 2017
All is not well in Chapel Hill…