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Reply #2050 on: November 10, 2017, 06:31:34 am

http://amp.newsobserver.com/news/local/education/unc-scandal/article183717756.html

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Fetzer: ’Clear violation’

Tom Fetzer, a member of the UNC system’s Board of Governors and a former Raleigh mayor, said he didn’t believe UNC’s position on the classes to the NCAA. He said the university’s characterization of the classes to the NCAA appears to be a “clear violation” of the university’s agreement with the accreditor, commonly referred to as SACS.

“I am nonplussed that SACS has not queried UNC about complying with their earlier agreements, especially in light of the NCAA opinion,” said Fetzer, a lobbyist appointed to the board this year.


clt says they may have won the battle, but lost the war.

banners are not more important than sacs accreditation.
It would appear that Cheat is two faced. What a surprise.


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Reply #2051 on: November 10, 2017, 09:36:29 am

http://amp.newsobserver.com/news/local/education/unc-scandal/article183717756.html

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Fetzer: ’Clear violation’

Tom Fetzer, a member of the UNC system’s Board of Governors and a former Raleigh mayor, said he didn’t believe UNC’s position on the classes to the NCAA. He said the university’s characterization of the classes to the NCAA appears to be a “clear violation” of the university’s agreement with the accreditor, commonly referred to as SACS.

“I am nonplussed that SACS has not queried UNC about complying with their earlier agreements, especially in light of the NCAA opinion,” said Fetzer, a lobbyist appointed to the board this year.


clt says they may have won the battle, but lost the war.

banners are not more important than sacs accreditation.
SACS already "penalized them", they are getting off with not even a slap on the wrist.


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Reply #2052 on: November 10, 2017, 10:09:46 am
Yep, no way UNC-Chapel Hill loses any accreditation in anything.  The rules have been rewritten and blessed by the NCAA.  All those that fail to play by the new rules will be at a severe disadvantage going forward. 


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Reply #2053 on: November 10, 2017, 10:14:07 am
All schools take SACs seriously but i seriously doubt SACS would have the guts to actually pull the accreditation of a major flagship like UNC for something related to athletics. When has SACs ever pulled the accreditation of any major flagship school. They wouldn’t have the guts to do it.


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Reply #2054 on: November 10, 2017, 11:29:38 am
All schools take SACs seriously but i seriously doubt SACS would have the guts to actually pull the accreditation of a major flagship like UNC for something related to athletics. When has SACs ever pulled the accreditation of any major flagship school. They wouldn’t have the guts to do it.

That's the thing though - according to Chapel Hill it wasn't about athletics.  I mean I get what you are saying about guts, but if they feel chapel hill made a mockery of them or if they fear other schools doing this I could see them doing more than they have up to this point.
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Reply #2055 on: November 10, 2017, 11:37:08 am
SACS could revisit their slap on the wrist by saying the NCAA explanation is the opposite of what UNC-CH told SACS, so SACS could get them for lying about academics & suspend them?  But they probably don't have the cajones.
CHP sold out.  I declare Nick McEntyre our Chancellor-In-Exile!

JFelt quote about CHP.  "Stake your claim.  As long as UNC-CH doesn't want it first."

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Reply #2056 on: November 10, 2017, 11:41:55 am
Core Values: The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has six core values. They are:
    Integrity
Continuous Quality Improvement   Peer Review/Self-regulation
Accountability   Student Learning


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Reply #2057 on: November 10, 2017, 12:12:09 pm
I think they failed all six, CLT.
CHP sold out.  I declare Nick McEntyre our Chancellor-In-Exile!

JFelt quote about CHP.  "Stake your claim.  As long as UNC-CH doesn't want it first."

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Reply #2058 on: November 12, 2017, 08:02:33 pm
From Kyle Boone of CBS Sports:
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Loser: NCAA

You'll never believe this, but the NCAA did a dumb thing on Friday. Again.

This time, Houston senior Rob Gray is the subject of the silliness. According to Mark Berman of Fox 26 (and later confirmed by Houston), Gray, the leading returning scorer in the AAC and the No. 51 player in the CBS Sports Top 100 (and one) player rankings, was ruled ineligible for Houston's season-opener against McNeese State for ... participating in a church rec league game earlier this summer.

Seriously, a church league rec game! Look, I get that NCAA rules restrict that sort of participation from student-athletes. But considering the state of the NCAA and its recent rulings -- including ruling Braxton Beverly ineligible and landing on the wrong side of the cases of Evan Battey and Jalen Hayes -- this doesn't seem like the type of hill the NCAA should be dying on. Oh, and I didn't even mention that the NCAA completely let North Carolina off the hook for one of the biggest academic fraud cases in history just a month ago.

I'm just glad dangerous church league rec players are punished so they can't be a threat to society!
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