Greg Barnes of Inside Carolina is reporting that multiple sources have confirmed that the University of North Carolina has received its Notice of Allegations from the NCAA. The University is expected to confirm receipt of the NOA this afternoon and will release details at a later date.
What appears to be a glowing 2016 class for Tony Bennett shines a little brighter after last night with the commitment of Durham forward Jay Huff. Huff chose us over Duke (yes, that Duke — he even got a visit from K), East Carolina, and Wofford, and joins a class that already features two guards and a 6’10” high riser all ranked in the top 107 via 247 Sports.
Some are calling it game changer. Some are are trying to temper the enthusiasm. When Everett Golson chose to transfer from Florida State, it was definitely a significant move. I’m not entirely convinced Golson is a game changer myself yet. He’s turns the ball over too much, and remember he was the starter last year at Notre Dame, but ended up sharing time with Malik Zaire. That said he’s mobile and has talent, and under the tutelage of Jimbo Fisher who’s quickly becoming known as QB guru, he may just shine. He did led Notre Dame to the 2013 BCS national championship game, so he’s got big game experience too.
Northwestern AD Jim Phillips is leading the charge to change the NCAA rules to eliminate the 1 and done problem because the Wildcats have had a big problem with those students? Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick doesn't want to treat students like employees despite selling ND to the highest bidder. Makes perfect sense right?
If you read the blog, you know we keep an eye on the ACC Network discussions. The SEC Network appears to be a solid success right out of the gate. The Big 10 network after some early issues, is a money maker. Conference networks aren’t homeruns though. The Mountain West Network didn’t survive, and now there is quite a bit of discussion on the problems for the Pac 12 network.
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