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RALEIGH, N.C. -- The NCAAs academic case against North Carolina now has an added step likely to delay resolution a little longer: a procedural hearing.The school is scheduled to appear before an NCAA infractions committee panel Oct. 28 in the case tied to its long-running academic fraud scandal. But the hearing will focus on UNCs procedural arguments in its response to five serious charges instead of whether violations occurred on the Chapel Hill campus.The school released a letter Friday from the NCAA setting the date for Indianapolis. UNC faces five potentially top-level charges, including lack of institutional control, in a case that grew as an offshoot of a 2010 inquiry into the football program.The panel will not discuss the underlying facts or allegations for the purpose of finding facts, concluding whether violations occurred or prescribing penalties, the letter states, noting the NCAA used a similar step in a 2006 case involving Ohio State.The NCAAs letter, dated Monday, also names the seven members of the infractions committee panel tabbed to handle the UNC case. It includes Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey as the chief hearing officer and former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales from President George W. Bushs cabinet.Stu Brown, an Atlanta-based attorney who has worked with schools on compliance issues, said he expected the procedural hearing and ruling might add another four to six weeks to the process. The case likely would resume a typical course with another hearing on the merits of the charges, with the panel issuing a ruling weeks to months afterward.Brown said UNC could potentially pare down the record of the case against it if successful in some of its claims.Its almost a no-lose opportunity for Carolina, Brown said. If Carolina wins on this procedural stuff and gets some of those allegations or evidence excluded, thats a win for Carolina. If nothing gets excluded ... theyre no worse off in terms of what they face in the Notice of Allegations.Still, the timeline already was likely to carry this case into 2017, approaching seven years since NCAA investigators first arrived on campus in the original football case focused on improper benefits and academic misconduct.The Oct. 28 hearing will come exactly five years after UNCs hearing in that case.In its August response, UNC challenged the NCAAs jurisdiction to pursue charges in a case centered on problems in the formerly named African and Afro-American Studies (AFAM) department. It argued that its accreditation agency -- which sanctioned the school with a year of probation that expired in June -- was the proper authority to handle the matter.The schools procedural arguments cited an expired four-year statute of limitations. It stated a March 2012 ruling that included sanctions against the football program should have precluded later charges, because some of the academic issues were examined during that first probe starting in fall 2011.Then theres the issue of an independent 2014 probe into the AFAM problems by former U.S. Justice Department official Kenneth Wainstein, most notably lecture classes that didnt meet and operated as independent study. Wainstein interviewed the two people most directly linked to the irregularities -- former department chairman Julius Nyangoro and retired office administrator Deborah Crowder -- and estimated that about 3,100 students were affected between 1993 and 2011 with athletes across several sports representing about half the enrollments in the problem courses.The NCAA enforcement staff cited Wainsteins report in its Notice of Allegations outlining charges in April. 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CLEVELAND -- Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones?said he doesnt like Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr.?He demonstrated his point to reporters in the locker room following the Bengals 23-10 victory over the Browns on Sunday.Jones stopped in the middle of a rant about Pryor, grabbed a trash can and started shaking it.Hey, you in there? he yelled, rattling the trash can as his teammates started laughing. You in there?During the interview session, Jones said he would only answer questions regarding Pryor.Were talking about Pryor, nobody else, he said.Jones was asked several questions and repeated the phrase Suck. What else? several times in response.Pryor suck, he said.Dre Kirkpatrick and Jones shut Pryor down Sunday, limiting him to one catch for 3 yards. They both pointed that out several times during postgame interviews.How many catches? a teammate asked Kirkpatrick.One catch, 3 yards, Kirkpatrick said after pretending to ponder the question.Kirkpatrick said he didnt really have any issue with Pryor himself. Pryor was briefly with the Bengals last summer, when he still played quarterback. Kirkpatrick said he thought the feud started the last time the Bengals and Browns played, but he said he didnt know what happened.If my teammate is in it, Im in it, Kirkpatrick said.The issue between Jones and Pryor seemed to have started from a remark Pryyor made to Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther after a game.ddddddddddddPryor told Guenther that his play would get Jones cut.He told my coordinator that hes going to cut me after the game, Jones said. For a guy thats been a slouch around the league at quarterback, played decent this year for his first year at wide receiver. Im saying all this facade, all the fake hard [stuff] that he plays out on the field. That aint Terrelle. I checked his background. Hes a suburbs kid from Pittsburgh.Terrelle Pryor was right there the whole game, he continued, right there in the garbage can. Next question.Jones told the Cincinnati Enquirer earlier in the week that Pyror was just a guy, to which Pryor tweeted:Said Jones: I have the utmost respect for [Browns coach Hue Jackson], but certain s--- I dont tolerate from young punks basically. ... Hes just arrogant. You could see it with his teammates. Could you all not see when he was pushing and cussing at [Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III] on the field?I dont really dont get into personal battles because Ive got respect for a lot of people, but certain situations it just demands me to speak.Pryor left the locker room quickly after the game and was not available for postgame interviews. ' ' '

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