The report states that a "shadow curriculum" was in place for thousands of student-athletes.
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
It has not been the best three years for North Carolina basketball and not just because the Tar Heels haven't won the ACC Tournament or made it to the Final Four.
Since self-reporting academic irregularities in 2011, one of the most popular athletic programs in the country has been under intense scrutiny, made worse by additional damning revelations and accusations recently.
Just a few months ago, former basketball star Rashad McCants alleged academically fraudulent practices were the norm for athletes, including himself, at North Carolina. McCants's claims came shortly after the eligibility debacle with former players P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald.