Friday, September 3, 2010

Potentially good news for UNC - Alabama player out only two games

Marcell Dareus, the Alabama player involved in the NCAA investigation revolving around players' relationships with sports agents, has been ruled ineligible for only two games and will have to repay $1,800 in expenses for partying with agents.

UNC's Marvin Austin and Greg Little are being investigated for similar offences. Could this be good news for Carolina? Perhaps but if the penalties are similar, why not announce them at the same time? Still, it does give UNC some hope that a ruling is near, and that the penalties might not be as severe as most suspect. It might not matter for Austin who was suspended indefinitely for breaking unrelated team rules.

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