Posted by Chip Patterson
At Thursday morning's Board of Trustees meeting in Chapel Hill, North Carolina chancellor Holden Thorp and athletic director Dick Baddour gave an update on the state of the football program. With the NCAA's ruling on the final two players, the ineligibility of Devon Ramsey and Michael McAdoo, the ongoing investigation conducted by the NCAA and the university is coming to a close. Chancellor Thorp also informed the board that the University is planning no self-imposed sanctions on the football program. The school's investigators will turn over all of their findings to the NCAA enforcement staff, at which point they will learn what, if any, sanctions will be issued.
Thorp also took the opportunity to make a statement on the future of head coach Butch Davis. Throughout the ongoing investigation, Davis has caught a lot of heat letting these improprieties go unnoticed for as long as they did, and earlier in the season many fans were calling for a mid-season resignation. According to Chancellor Thorp, the University has "found no reason to make any more changes" to the coaching staff. The "more changes" phrase of course being a reference to the resignation of assistant coach John Blake, who has been connected with the improper benefits and ties to agents, and left Chapel Hill "for the better of the program."
UNC Chancellor: No reason to make staff changes
Posted on: November 18, 2010 4:59 pm
Edited on: November 18, 2010 5:03 pm