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Chancellor Holden Thorp’s long overdue decision to fire head football coach Butch Davis, paired with Athletic Director Dick Baddour’s resignation, represents a much needed reinforcement of UNC’s values. But his attempt at damage control is overshadowed by the months of unnecessary waiting that have left the University’s reputation scarred by scandal.
In a press conference held by athletic director Dick Baddour and Chancellor Holden Thorp on Thursday morning at UNC’s Friday Center, Baddour announced his plan to resign.
The immediate future of former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against the NCAA and the University is unclear, as the defendants have until July 31 to respond to his complaints.
A judge has denied former UNC defensive end Michael McAdoo’s request for injunction against the NCAA, and will not allow him to regain eligibility to play football at this time.
Former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against UNC and the NCAA has brought to light the issue of plagiarism and how it is defined and monitored by the University and other institutions.
The term paper on which former North Carolina football player Michael McAdoo was found to have received impermissible help from a former tutor also shows several plagiarized passages.
For former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo, the student judicial system has taken on a whole new level of importance.
Former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo, who was deemed permanently ineligible by the NCAA in November, filed a lawsuit against Chancellor Holden Thorp, the University and the NCAA on Friday in an attempt to have his eligibility reinstated.
Former UNC defensive end Michael McAdoo, who was deemed permanently ineligible by the NCAA in November, filed a lawsuit against Chancellor Holden Thorp, the University and the NCAA on Friday in an attempt to have his eligibility reinstated.
Athletic director Dick Baddour and Learfield Sports General Manager Gary Sobba announced Monday that Jones Angell will replace Woody Durham as the play-by-play caller for UNC football and men’s basketball broadcasts starting this season.
The NCAA has reported that North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples did not commit any violations in connection with an NFL draft party, UNC football spokesman Kevin Best said.
Athletic director Dick Baddour and Learfield Sports general manager Gary Sobba announced today that Jones Angell will replace Woody Durham as the play-by-play caller for UNC football and men’s basketball broadcasts starting this season.
As University administrators craft a response to the NCAA’s notice of allegations, mixed reactions have poured in from students and faculty.
The recent release of public records regarding the UNC football team has shed some light on both the off-field activity of some players and the actions of players and officials before, during and after an NCAA investigation into improper benefits.
After a year of investigation and uncertainty surrounding the North Carolina football program, the NCAA outlined a litany of violations in its notice of allegations to the University today, including improper academic assistance, impermissible benefits and instances of special treatment.
The NCAA sent a notice of allegations to UNC on Tuesday, outlining a litany of “potential major” violations it states the football program committed, which include improper academic assistance from a tutor, impermissible benefits to players and failures of institutional oversight.