UNC Scandal

Reports: Alleged Hazing at UNC

The Flagship’s finely-tuned PR Machine is back at work after the most recent in a continuing series of incidents deconstructing The Carolina Way into nothing but a giant, hollow lie. The latest incident alleges that hazing by UNC football players resulted in another player’s concussion. Concussions are serious. Ordinarily you’d expect outrage and embarrassment from […]

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NCAA to Reopen UNC-CH Investigation

It is being reported that the NCAA has provided UNC-CH with a verbal notice of inquiry today, notifying the school of its plans to reopen its 2011 investigation into academic irregularities. NCAA Reopening Academic Case (InsideCarolina.com) UNC-CH athletic director Bubba Cunningham has issued the following statement: “The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has […]

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Saturday McCants Updates

The original Outside the Lines feature on Rashad McCants (ESPN): The Flagship’s response (WRAL): Leaders in the University of North Carolina athletic department closed ranks Friday after the latest attack on their academic integrity. … “With respect to the comments made today, I strongly disagree with what Rashad (McCants) has said,” Williams said in a […]

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Twitter Comments on #McCants

These are actual tweets by folks in response to Rashad McCants talking to ESPN Outside the Lines about how he remained eligible during The Flagship’s 2005 National Title season (original SFN column here). So I guess we won't be seeing Rashad McCants in any of the "I'm A Tar Heel" videos next season. #UNC — […]

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UNC-CH administrator & player: “We Cheated”, “it was a scam”, “it was so obvious”, “everybody knew”, “coaches knew”, “whole system of corruption”

I couldn’t pick the best quote for the headline here. You tell me which one you liked the best –   “To keep winning and to keep these athletes eligible, we had to do something, and so, we cheated.” – Mary Willingham   “First one that actually told us [about the paper classes] was our […]

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