The point you are missing is John Bunting, Butch Davis, Cynthia Reynolds, Burgess Mcswain, and Wayne Walden along with many others all knew about these classes. They also knew these classes were made to give artificial grades to keep athletes eligible. I think it's very naive to believe all these other people knew but the most important coach at the school had no clue. It's like you haven't read the Wainstein report at all.
Unc had fake classes to keep athletes eligible and Wayne Walden at the very least pushed these basketball players to those classes. Rashad McCants made the Deans list one semester, really? I agree you look at every case separately and when you look at unc it's 18 years of fake classes with 1500 athletes getting fake grades. How many of those athletes wouldn't have been eligible if not for these classes? The whole starting 5 for the 2005 championship took these classes. I am not dying for unc to do anything except clean up their program and take their punishment. Too many times the administration has buried their head in the sand and let this stuff happen.
Once again just because Roy "didn't know" doesn't mean violations didn't occur. People close to Roy and in the basketball program knew. I like your optimism though, I am sure there were Cuse fans that felt the same way as you.
It doesn't have to implicate Roy for the NCAA to drop a punishment.
A class? A single class? Come on 1500 athletes took fake classes and the emails show these athletic advisors (including WW) knew what these classes were.
So tell me whose to blame since you think someone needs to provide "accreditation" for these classes? This had been the problem all along with you guys, you want to pass the blame, it's always some rogue professor or some rogue tutor, or some rogue administrator. It's time to just take the punishment and get it over with, hell it's killed you guys in recruiting the past 2 years.