>UNC still hasn't been disciplined by the NCAA for years of athletics, academics scandals
If this was any other college they would have gotten the death penalty by now.
UNC grads are heavily involved in NCAA administration as well as media.
You have a better chance of sending Hillary Clinton to prison over fucking -bengazi- than you do giving the Heels the death penalty,
Pretty much this. UNC alums are everywhere in the media and in the NCAA administration.
Hell, just go to ESPN's website in the college hoops section. Every team in the country shares one blog, but then UNC gets their own special blog with their own special UNC reporters.
That's why the media is sweeping it under the rug by not talking about it, and that's why nothing is going to happen to them.
Yes he is. Which is naturally the reason that ESPN has avoided this scandal.
It's only a matter of time until ESPN gets beaten out by competitors at this point, but you'd be a fool to think the UNC execs won't just move on to the next one because of their experience. Nothing really changes in corporate America anon.
>A college having high standards is a bad thing
You realize Duke isn't the only college in the country right? People can go other places. Duke isn't required to admit people if they don't meet the requirements. There is nothing wrong with this and hating Duke students is nothing but jealousy.
Also love all the "Coach K is racist" people. Coach K has always had black people on his teams. So many people call him racist because he has more than 2 scholarship white players on the team, not realizing that getting mad about this makes THEM the racists, not coach K. Though this dumbass argument has finally died down after he won the title with an almost all black team.
Are they still even doing the writing section?
I think I took it soon after it got implemented and nobody gave a shit about it then, and according to this it looks like they still don't.
>Black Experience 1998
>Black Experience 1999
>Applied Ethics: D
honestly I'm surprised it was that high.