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Dick Baddour, UNC's athletics director, said the complexity was worth the precision. "It may be difficult for the average person to understand it all, but I think it's more important that it be a good snapshot of the system," he said. "It does exactly what it's supposed to do."
New kind of report card now
Raleigh News & Observer

Having missed two straight games, North Carolina basketball player Rashad McCants should be back for the Duke game "at least," said his father, James.
Heels hope McCants will play against Duke
Raleigh News & Observer

Duke and North Carolina made passing grades across the board in a preliminary academic report released by the NCAA on Monday, while N.C. State fell below the line in men's basketball but won't remain there according to its athletics director.
Report cards: UNC, Duke OK; N.C. State low, but fine
Durham Herald-Sun

"I know they've tested him for numerous things and they're still hanging their hats on an intestinal disorder which is not what Tony Bethel had," Williams said. "I don't ever ask the doctors how to do their jobs because I don't expect them to ever ask me whether to play zone or man-to-man."
Will McCants return?
Fayetteville Observer

"The thing about the intestinal disorder is that he can't maintain his strength until he's able to eat a good meal," Rashad's father, James, said Monday. "And right now, basketball is second nature. It's tough not seeing him play, but until the doctors say he's strong enough to play, there's nothing we can do."
Ailment still has Heels' McCants out of action
Asheville Citizen-Times

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