I don't like North Carolina. Or Kentucky. Or UCLA. I just plain don't like them. Any of them.
That was the bigger risk, considering that thousands of students over 20 years took fake classes and received fake degrees. I don't think the NCAA can do much here, but their fellow conference mates and the accreditation institutions sure could have.
They're a fake school.
This is not an exhaustive list, but the following is in UNC's response to the most recent NCAA report.
I realize that most people think UNC will skate free on this and maybe they're right. However, they seem to be taking the same arrogant approach USC took with the Reggie Bush case. Acting arrogantly and feeling that you're too big a fish to be caught probably increased the penalty they eventually received. The attempt to protect the men's basketball team at the expense of other minor sports is so transparent that even I figured it out.
As much as I feel for players already enrolled now at UNC, the mantra that you're punishing innocent kids doesn't fly.
the NCAA allows for immediate transfers without sitting out a year. I believe that the ACC also has some regulations that affect intra-conference transfers, but exceptions could also be allowed there, too.
probably going to end up being a higher rated recruit than Hauser.
Wisconsin might be the toughest competition here since his dad went to Wisconsin and his sister I believe is currently on the women's team there. ND is still in good position though.
seriously consider us over North Carolina.
North Carolina also has a big meeting with the NCAA later this month that could change some interest.
that they will give Southeast North Dakota Tech the death penalty.
Ball state, Coastal Carolina, Florida A&M, Southeast LA are just a few of the major Powerhouses that have been placed on probation by the NCAA since allegations at UNC.
Academics and overall fit are the deal here. He'd do well at ND socially academically and athletically. We have a lot to offer and we shouldn't fear the beast in this case.