North Carolina’s NCAA troubles takes a look at Renardo Sidney case
The number of games to be suspended is based on the amount of money received by a player.

RALEIGH The results of the NCAA investigations of former Raleigh and Kentucky basketball star John Wall and Renardo Sidney of Mississippi State offer recent examples of the type of punishment the NCAA hands out when it finds student-athletes received improper benefits.

“Every case is different,” said Shane Lyons, the ACC’s associate commissioner for compliance. “The NCAA makes decisions on a case-by-case basis and there can be a lot to decipher in these cases.”

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