Report: UNC receives third Notice of Allegations from NCAA

According to a report from Inside Carolina, UNC has received a third Notice of Allegations from the NCAA. The latest notice of allegations are expected to be release later this week.

UNC was first hit with a NOA on May 20, 2015, before a second notice was received on April 25. However, the second NOA amended information from the first Notice of Allegations that referenced the men’s basketball and football programs.

In the third notice, those amendments are reportedly once again mentioned.

From the report:

Sources confirm this new version reinstates aspects of the original first notice that were then altered for the amended notice. That amended notice, which was released on April 25, replaced the impermissible benefits allegation with a failure to monitor academic support charge and removed all references to the men’s basketball and football programs.

UNC met with the Committee on Infractions on Oct. 28 for what was deemed a procedural hearing to review UNC’s response to the amended notice of allegations. UNC’s Aug. 1 response forcefully argued that the NCAA wasn’t following its own constitution and bylaws.

UNC has 90 days to respond to the notice, so, once again, this case is far from over.

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