NCAA Hands Down No Punishment For UNC Chapel Hill Academic Scandal

NCAA Hands Down No Punishment For UNC Chapel Hill Academic Scandal

NCAA Hands Down No Punishment For UNC Chapel Hill Academic Scandal

"While student-athletes likely benefited from the so-called "paper courses" offered by North Carolina, the information available in the record did not establish that the courses were exclusively created, offered and maintained as an orchestrated effort to benefit student-athletes", SEC commissioner and Committee on Infractions chairman said in a statement.

A few hours earlier, UNC scored a major and unexpected victory when the NCAA ended its seven-year investigation into the university's African and Afro-American Studies program without issuing any sanctions.

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"The panel can not conclude that extra benefit violations occurred surrounding the offering or managing of the courses as alleged".

"A singular principle allowed UNC room to make its claims and, ultimately, limits the panel's ability to conclude that academic fraud occurred", the Public Infractions Decision said.

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Syracuse's investigation centered around academic fraud committed on Fab Melo's behalf by a former member of Boehim's coaching staff (director of basketball operations Stan Kissell) to keep him eligible, as well as three other players who the school declined to charge for academic fraud but the NCAA found had portions of mid-terms and papers written by a former basketball secretary and a member of the school's academic services on their home computers to help basketball players maintain their eligibility. The NCAA responded that since the academics in question involved student athletes, it had full authority in the matter. This portion of the case took 3 1/2 years to complete. And after winning the 2017 men's college basketball championship, it's poised to earn even more. Although it was described a lecture course, the class failed to meet regularly and all that was required for a high grade was an occasional research paper.

More than years later, the NCAA determined that its investigation into academics at the University of North Carolina was much ado about nothing.

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The NCAA, which had investigated the football program in 2010, re-opened a new investigation in June of 2014 and issued the first notice of allegations in May of 2015 - which included a lack of institutional control and also offering impermissible benefits to athletes. "In fact, they recalled that a number of their non-athlete fraternity members took so many AFAM classes that they inadvertently ended up with AFAM minors by the time they graduated".

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