Correction (September 23, 12:57 a.m.):The graphic linked in this story incorrectly states the minimum sanction for academic dishonesty. The usual sanction is a semester’s suspension, but the minimum sanction includes a failing grade in the course and probation for a semester, among other possible sanctions. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
When news broke in July that the NCAA was investigating North Carolina’s football team, no one was quite sure what it would mean — UNC has never been the target of such an investigation. Since then, the investigation has gone in two directions, examining both improper contact with agents and academic misconduct with a tutor.
Here’s a breakdown of how it’s all connected (zoom in to read more about how each person is related):