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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has posted new correspondence from and to the NCAA in conjunction with responding to public records requests filed under the North Carolina Public Records Act. Those documents are posted here, here, here, here, here and here.

The disclosures follow the University’s response to the NCAA’s third notice of allegations publicly released on May 25, 2017, also in response to public records requests.

“The hearing is the next step in bringing closure to this longstanding issue by allowing us the opportunity to address the Committee on Infractions and present the facts,” said Joel Curran, vice chancellor of University communications. “The NCAA has requested certain individuals from the University attend the proceedings. It is standard practice for the current head coaches of programs referenced in a notice of allegations to attend. Therefore, Coaches Larry Fedora (football), Sylvia Hatchell (women’s basketball) and Roy Williams (men’s basketball) will accompany University representatives to the hearing.”

Consistent with NCAA rules, University officials are not allowed to disclose details about the case until it is completed.

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