CHAPEL HILL — North Carolina released more than 2,500 pages of documents relating to the NCAA investigation into the football team, including hand-written responses to the NCAA from former Hillside star Greg Little, more than two years after a group of media organizations sued to get them under public records law.
Citing federal privacy law, UNC initially refused to release unredacted versions of the documents, which detailed misconduct within the football program. But Superior Court judge Howard E. Manning Jr. ordered that the school should make certain information public — including the illegal benefits received by football players — while still allowing the university to withhold the names of individuals involved in academic fraud.
From Harold Guttman in the Raleigh Herald-Sun. 11/7/2012.