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Topic - Julie Roe Lach
Julie Roe Lach is getting back into athletic administration.
The NCAA says that the information it collected as part of the Miami investigation through depositions performed as part of a former booster's bankruptcy proceedings will not be part of the case against the Hurricanes.
The NCAA says it plans to complete its investigation into the North Carolina football program this month.
The NCAA plans to conduct its own investigation into an alleged basketball gambling ring at the University of San Diego but will wait until the FBI completes its work.
The NCAA's enforcement chief says punishing athletes for violations they didn't even know about would be a major shift in philosophy for the organization.
"One school hired me to come in and do an overall institutional assessment," she said. "It's a very different view when you're there to help put things in order rather than if you're trying to investigate them. You realize the resource challenges they have. Yeah, they want to add more staff, but they can't do it because the resources aren't there."
"I felt like I was back in (college athletics) because I was working directly with individual schools and conferences and institutions hired me to come in for ethics instruction and those sorts of things," she said. "It's been fun because my eyes have been really open to the challenges schools face."