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13 UNC Players Suspended For Selling Their Team Issued Air Jordans on EBay

Hey.. North Carolina Football is in trouble again! According to CBS Sports:

SOURCE- North Carolina announced Monday that 13 football players will be suspended to open the 2018 season after the school found secondary NCAA violations involving the sale of team-issued shoes.

Offensive linemen Brian Anderson, Quiron Johnson and Jordan Tucker; defensive ends Malik Carney, Tomon Fox and Tyrone Hopper; linebacker Malik Robinson; quarterback Chazz Surratt; and wide receiver Beau Corraleswill each sit out four games.

Defensive backs Greg Ross and Tre Shaw will miss two games, and both quarterback Jack Davidson and offensive lineman Jonah Melton will miss one game.

The suspensions will be staggered.

Carney will miss games against East Carolina, UCF, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech. Fox will sit against Miami, Syracuse, Virginia and Georgia Tech. Everybody else will miss season opener at Cal on Sept. 1. Since many of the players play the same position, the staggered suspensions have been approved by the NCAA.

Back in January, North Carolina football players were gifted these Air Jordan 3s:

Thinking like true businessmen and sneakerheads these players decided to flip these on Ebay:
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Somehow PJ Tucker got his hands on these:

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What’s all the fuss about!??? 🤷🏽‍♂️

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