Jon Sanders

Director of Regulatory Studies

Posts by Jon Sanders (page 171)

  • Of UNC football, the tail wagging the dog, and finally some hard questions

    A few items of discussion: Media are finally suing UNC-Chapel Hill after months of being stonewalled in their pursuit of the truth in the football scandal and its two prongs of academic fraud and athletic corruption. We’ll see what happens. The university has certainly given little to no indication…
    Jon Sanders, October 29, 2010
  • Duke didn’t know ‘The Carolina Way’

    News from 2006: DURHAM, North Carolina — Duke coach Ted Roof will have to find a new quarterback this fall. The university on Wednesday suspended sophomore signal-caller Zack Asack for a violation of school policies. He will miss the 2006 season. “I am on academic suspension for plagiarism,” Asack…
    Jon Sanders, October 27, 2010
  • Crib course apparently found; Carolina Way satisfied

    The mockery of the academics and “Honor” of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is now nearly complete. WRAL: University of North Carolina senior cornerback Kendric Burney, a preseason All-ACC first-team pick, has been cleared to play and will make his 2010 debut Saturday against William &…
    Jon Sanders, October 26, 2010
  • Wanted: Crib course for UNC football star

    Apparently that “doozy of a class” hasn’t materialized — or perhaps a premature boast about playing eligibility exposed a little too much of the athletics tail wagging the dog. Whatever the case, WRAL reports: Kendric Burney, whose six-game NCAA suspension for receiving improper benefits from an agent ended…
    Jon Sanders, October 21, 2010
  • Must be a doozy of a class

    Per WCTI via StateFansNation (with emphasis added): North Carolina defensive back and former Southwest Onslow star Kendric Burney … went before the Honor Court Monday to hear his case regarding the NCAA investigation into academic fraud. Burney told NewsChannel 12 that if he picks up a class Tuesday…
    Jon Sanders, October 19, 2010
  • There’s no joy in Mudslingingville tonight

    WRAL: Judge dismisses lawsuit against Wake school board. Oh no! They can’t invalidate the school board majority’s following through on the promises they made that won them voter approval. Well … guess it’s time for a return to chowderheaded conspiracy theories and endlessly repeating all that…
    Jon Sanders, May 14, 2010
  • Johnston results

    43 of 44 precincts in District Attorney 11 Republican Joy Jones…………43% Susan Doyle…….57% Board of Education Dave Tuttle………………………..7% Larry C. Strickland (I)………….27% Deborah Clifton Rosenberg…..5% Lisa Klisiewecz……………………6% Jerry Jailall………………………….2% Dorothy G. Johnson (I)………..16% Butler Hall (I)…………………….19% Timothy Curtis Hodges…………3%…
    Jon Sanders, May 4, 2010
  • Wake results

    All 198 precincts in NC House 33 Democrats Rosa Gill……………………..71% Doctor K. Aal Anubia………2% Bernard Allen………………27% Republicans Paul Terrell…………………67% Susan Byrd Leventhal……33% NC House 39 Democrats Darren Jackson……………62% Jeanne Milliken Bonds…..38% NC House 34 Republicans Brian Tinga………34% J.H. Ross………….13% Steve…
    Jon Sanders, May 4, 2010