UNC officials released more than 200 pages of heavily censored documents — most of which were related to the 2010 NCAA investigation — on Wednesday.
The documents include statements of fact and reinstatement requests submitted by the University to the NCAA in 2010 and bills the University received from the Kansas law firm, Bond, Schoeneck & King.
The bills, sent by the law firm to the University, total more than $60,000 over a three-month period in 2010 when the UNC football team was being investigated by the NCAA.
The Daily Tar Heel, News & Observer, Charlotte Observer and five other news publications requested the information contained in these documents nearly two years ago.
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