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NCAA could not conclude violations in North Carolina probe: statement

Reuters Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
(Reuters) - The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on Friday said it "could not conclude academic violations" at the University of North Carolina, which had been accused of running sham classes for years for some of its scholarship athletes.
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On Friday, the National Collegiate Athletic Association said it “could not conclude academic violations” at the University of North Carolina, which had been accused of running sham classes for years for some of its scholarship athletes. UNC was found to have committed two minor infractions, and...

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