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Topic - Dick Baddour
The NCAA infractions committee has hit North Carolina's football program with a one-year postseason ban, a reduction of 15 scholarships and three years of probation following an investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct.
North Carolina is now looking for a new permanent football coach and athletic director.
North Carolina doesn't plan any self-imposed sanctions on the school's football program amid an NCAA investigation into agent-related benefits and academic misconduct, Chancellor Holden Thorp said Thursday.
North Carolina athletic director Dick Baddour says the tutor linked to possible academic violations in the football program has refused to speak with school investigators.
North Carolina coach Butch Davis said Thursday his program needs to do more to monitor what players are doing and who they're associating with following an NCAA investigation into improper benefits and academic misconduct.
The NCAA suspended North Carolina defensive back Kendric Burney six games and safety Deunta Williams four games on Wednesday for receiving improper benefits.
The NCAA investigation hovering over North Carolina's football program has frustrated everyone at the university from administrators to alumni.
The probe into North Carolina's football program added another prong. Along with it came another batch of question marks to cloud a promising season.
The investigation of North Carolina's football program has expanded into possible academic misconduct involving players and a woman who has also worked as a tutor for coach Butch Davis' son.
The investigation of North Carolina's football program has expanded into possible academic misconduct involving players and a woman who also has worked as a tutor for coach Butch Davis' son, school officials said Thursday night.