Carolina coaches Larry Fedora, Roy Williams and Sylvia Hatchell, athletic director Bubba Cunningham, chancellor Carol Folt and legal representation joined former African-American Studies department employee and Deborah Crowder for day one of the university's hearing in Nashville in front of the NCAA Committee on Infractions on Wednesday.
Argyle Report is not in Tennessee, but we did follow the case closely via Twitter, which mostly meant seeing tweets about who was walking through the lobby of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel from local media that did make the trip.
UPDATE: Larry Fedora just escorted to the rest room. Flanked on either side. (Maybe they all needed to go, who knows.)— Andrew Carter (@_andrewcarter) August 16, 2017
Andrew Carter of The News & Observer did his level best to write something on a day in which there was no public comment nor press release from either side. The only news, really, is that the hearing continues on Thursday, and that Larry Fedora has gone back to Chapel Hill. And Carter named the coaches' attorneys.
ABC11's Joe Mazur has little to say beyond that the hearing resumes Thursday at 9 a.m.
WRAL has a column without a byline with the headline 'NCAA hearing hardly the end of UNC's troubles.' So there's that if you really want it.
The hearing continues today. Larry Fedora has gone home. There will likely be no public comment of any substance today, at least from the Carolina side. And so it goes...
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that Julius Nyang'oro was at the hearing. From all indications, he is not.