UNC releases 3rd Notice of Allegations from NCAA
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WNCN/AP) – UNC has posted the third Notice of Allegations it received from the NCAA regarding its athletic-academic fraud scandal that dates back more than two decades.
Read the third Notice of Allegations
The NCAA first filed charges in May 2015, then sent a revised notice in April. Both versions charged UNC with lack of institutional control in a case that grew as an offshoot of a 2010 probe into the football program.
The University met with the NCAA on Oct. 28 in Indianapolis where the school said its arguments were rejected.
Those arguments would have limited the scope of a hearing held on merits.
In documents released in October, the NCAA enforcement staff had said those arguments “without merit.” The NCAA has regarded findings from the 2014 independent investigation by former U.S. Justice Department official Kenneth Wainstein as new information that triggered the second look.
Wainstein’s report focused on courses in the