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NCAA Denies Notre Dame Appeal Over Academic Integrity

Notre Dame found an undergraduate working as an athletic training assistant wrote or substantially edited assignments for several football players.

Part of the athlete’s punishment under the University’s academic honor code changed the student’s grades, making them retroactively ineligible for competition.

The NCAA has denied an appeal by The University of Notre Dame after the school’s football wins in 2012 and 2013 were vacated over academic integrity issues. The 2012 season included the NCAA Championship, though Notre Dame lost in the final.

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