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The NCAA is talking reform while UNC's issues with SACS are not yet fully resolved.

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Feb 17, 2016; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; A Tar Heel fan high fives through the student section before the game at Dean E. Smith Center.
Feb 17, 2016; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; A Tar Heel fan high fives through the student section before the game at Dean E. Smith Center.
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Two bits of news about the UNC academic fraud scandal: in the first, the N&O's Dan Kane tells us that the NCAA is looking at new ways to deal with academic fraud.

And in the second, the Daily Tarheel catches us up on UNC's issues with SACS, the accreditation agency.

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The university has posted the first monitoring report and predictably, blown its own horn pretty hard:"These documents go well beyond the information sought by the Commission and evidence the extraordinary — indeed unparalleled — lengths to which the University has gone to ensure complete institutional integrity."

Well, whatever. But if complete institutional integrity is the goal, they might as well mention this.

UNC's probation ends on June 11th - that's SACS probation. The NCAA is still mulling things over.