More news today that UNC is making a major push for Savon Huggins. It's just one more potential success for this UNC class that is pretty solid (#14 on Rivals, #18 Scout). This recent success reminds me of a famous movie quote:
"Doesn't anybody notice this? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills! I invented the piano key necktie, I invented it!"
Didn't UNC get into massive trouble with recruiting violations, agent contacts, cheating on exams, and so on? Didn't that happen in September? Didn't it? What the hell happened?
Here are my questions:
1) Has the NCAA made any ruling on this? If not, what happened?
2) Are they expected to soon and how is UNC deflecting this in recruiting?
3) How can UNC being doing so well considering the severity of these allegations? This is USC type allegations. And while USC is able to maintain a very good recruiting class even after sanctions, it's very hard to imagine UNC doing the same.
EDIT: Huggins to Rutgers. Big pick up.