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Hearing over, UNC awaits NCAA's ruling

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North Carolina has wrapped up a two-day hearing with an NCAA infractions committee panel that will decide whether the school faces penalties tied to its multi-year academic scandal.

Now the case goes into yet another holding pattern.

School officials spent much of Wednesday in a closed-door meeting with committee members in Nashville, Tennessee. They returned Thursday morning for a second session lasting about 4+ hours with the panel that will determine whether UNC faces penalties such as fines, probation or vacated wins and championships.


Purdue, Irish add 2 more games to series

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) Purdue and Notre Dame have added two more games to their four-game series.

The Boilermakers on Thursday announced the expansion of the series, saying they will play the Fighting Irish six times over the eight-year period from 2021-28.


Edmunds brothers key to Hokies' defense

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) One is a redshirt junior safety who Virginia Tech's coach says is the most tireless worker on his defense. The other is a preseason All-ACC linebacker who was second on the team in tackles last season.

Meet the Edmunds brothers, Terrell and Tremaine.


Buckeyes stacked with 5th-year players

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) The old guys club at Ohio State this year is exclusive.

Led by quarterback J.T. Barrett, seven players are in their fifth year of eligibility in Columbus, meaning each had a redshirt year. Not only are all at the top of the Buckeyes' depth chart, they're among the best players in college football.


4 still in mix for Georgia Tech QB job

ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is faced with a decision he has not had to make in three years: choosing a starting quarterback.

He's in no rush.


Missouri QB Lock poised for big season

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Drew Lock arrived at Missouri two years ago with a powerful right arm, fluffy bangs and an easy confidence. He seemed ready to be a Southeastern Conference quarterback.

A few months later, after he was hustled into the starting lineup by necessity and became a tackling dummy for SEC opponents, his father was concerned.


K-State hopes secondary can hold up

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) The school that once produced Chris Canty and Thorpe Award winner Terence Newman has struggled to defend in recent years in the pass-happy Big 12.

It still draws Kansas State coach Bill Snyder's ire.

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