Abolish the NCAA: Carolina edition

By Christopher B. Daly 

As I read his latest column, the NYTimes’ Joe Nocera seems to be edging toward the realization that the NCAA is beyond reform and should be abolished. Today, he tells the story of whistle-blower Mary Willingham, who was hired as a tutor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill for intercollegiate athletes.

It did not end well for her.

 

 

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One response to “Abolish the NCAA: Carolina edition

  1. David

    Given the notoriety of UNC’s coddling of jocks, one would have hoped for an expose by the professors or students in its very highly regarded journalism program, but they were probably too busy trying to get good tickets for home games.

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