The possibility for additional sanctions for the UNC football program still exists after a year-long investigation has finally reached its end.
Chancellor Holden Thorp and former athletic director Dick Baddour were among a small group of individuals that represented North Carolina in front of the NCAA Committee on Infractions on Oct. 28.
But any penalties the NCAA decides to hand down will compound the self-imposed sanctions UNC instituted in its response letter to the committee.
On Sept. 19, the University released its response to the nine major allegations from the NCAA and within the response the university addressed each of the allegations and outlined self-imposed regulations.
The NCAA alleged that a former tutor for the football program, Jennifer Wiley, provided both impermissible academic assistance to multiple players and provided $3,500 worth of benefits to student athletes, including parking ticket expenses, an airline ticket and free tutoring.