ACC: Jennifer Wiley

North Carolina's infractions case with the NCAA came to an end Monday, nine months after the school received a notice of allegations, and eight months after its football coach was dismissed. Here is a timeline of the rough past couple of years for the Tar Heels' football program:

Dec. 16, 2006: John Blake is hired as a defensive assistant coach.

Aug. 2007: Jennifer Wiley begins employment with North Carolina's academic support center during her junior year.

April 21, 2008: Wiley emails "student-athlete 1" five Education 411 class papers containing conclusion paragraphs she wrote.

Nov. 2008: Wiley emails "student-athlete 3" a draft of a class assignment she made substantive changes to and composed the works-cited page.

March 7-14, 2009: "Student-athlete 5" receives $2,680 in lodging, airfare and training from "sports agent 1."

March 7 and 8, 2009: "Student-athlete 7 and 8" receive $242 in meals, lodging and transportation from a former student-athlete at the institution.

April 15, 2009: Wiley emailed "student-athlete 2" an outline for a Communication 270 paper containing a thesis statement and other substantive material she wrote.

May 2009: Wiley received an institutional award for tutoring excellence and received an undergraduate degree from UNC.

June 2009: Wiley emails "student-athlete 3" a draft of a class assignment that she made substantive changes to and wrote the works-cited page.

June 11, 2009: "Student-athlete 2" emails Wiley a draft of his Communication 224 paper and asks for information to include.

June 12, 2009: Wiley emails "student-athlete 2" a draft of his Communication 224 paper with approximately 2.5 pages of content written by her.

July 2009: Wiley emails "student-athlete 3" research she conducted for a course writing assignment and a draft of a class assignment that she added a works-cited page to. An academic support center employee informs the associate director of academic support program that Wiley is rumored to have visited football players at their residences.

July 3-5, 2009: "Student-athlete 5" receives $357 in air fare from "sports agent 2."

July 22-Aug. 1, 2009: "Student-athlete 5" receives $2,400 in lodging and training from "sports agent 1."

Aug. 2009: The director of academic support center and the assistant AD for certification discuss rumors of potential inappropriate relationships between Wiley and football players. Wiley is notified by the director of academic support center that her contract with UNC's academic support center will not be renewed by the school.

Sept. 30, 2009: UNC sends letter to Wiley instructing her it is not OK to continue providing tutoring services to student-athletes.

Sept. 2009-Aug. 2010: Wiley provides approximately 142 hours of free tutoring services to football players.

Feb. 2010: "Student-athlete 4" receives $375 in jewelry from "student-athlete 1."

Spring 2010: "Student-athlete 6" receives $120 in meal benefits from various financial advisors, in addition to $1,000 cash from "student-athlete 1."

March 2010: "Student-athlete 4" receives $1,234 in air fare and lodging from "student-athlete 1."

March 5-10, 2010: "Student-athlete 7" receives $1,235 in meals, lodging, transportation and entertainment benefits from a former student-athlete at the institution.

March 8-14, 2010: "Student-athlete 5" receives $1,262 in air fare and lodging from "sports agent 2."

March 11, 2010: Wiley pays $150 flight-change fee for "student-athlete 4."

April 10, 2010: "Student-athlete 6" receives $5,000 from a jeweler from Miami, who "student-athlete 5" met outside Kenan Memorial Football Stadium after a game.

April 24 and 25, 2010: "Student-athletes 3, 4 and 5" receive a total of $107 in lodging and entertainment benefits from "sports agent 2."

May 2010 first summer session: The director of football student-athlete development receives information from a staff member whose name he cannot remember about "student-athlete 5's" Twitter page containing excessive foul language. Said student-athlete tells the director that he removed the comments but the director does not check the page. The associate AD for football administration also reports that he received the information in May but did not view the page.

May 7 and 12, 2010: "Student-athlete 5" receives $299 in air fare benefits from "sports agent 2."

May 15, 2010: "Student-athletes 4 and 5" receive $1,326 and $1,018, respectively, in air fare, lodging, transportation and entertainment benefits from "sports agent 2."

May 21, 2010: "Student-athlete 8" travels with "former student-athlete 1" and "student-athlete 9" to Atlanta, where they meet with an agent and incur benefits from the agent.

May 22, 2010: "Student-athletes 8 and 9" receive a total of $140 in transportation benefits from the agent and $130 in lodging and transportation from a former student-athlete at UNC.

May 25-31, 2010: "Student athletes 4 and 5" receive $1,163 and $579, respectively, in air fare and lodging benefits from "sports agent 2." "Student athletes 4 and 6" receive $398 in entertainment benefits from an employee of "sports agency B." "Student-athlete 6" receives $323 in lodging and transportation benefits from an unknown individual.

May 28-31, 2010: "Student-athlete 8" receives $506 in air fare, lodging and entertainment benefits from "former student-athlete 1."

Aug. 20, 2010: Wiley pays a $1,789 fine for parking tickets for "student-athlete 4."

Sept. 5, 2010: Blake resigns.

Sept. 28, 2010: The enforcement staff sends a letter to Blake's attorney requesting additional financial documents.

Nov. 4, 2010: The enforcement staff leaves a voicemail with Wiley's attorney requesting an interview.

Nov. 12-Dec. 16, 2010: The enforcement staff leaves three voicemails to Wiley's attorney requesting an interview.

Jan. 3, 2011: The enforcement staff sends a letter to Wiley's attorney.

Jan. 19, 2011: Wiley's attorney sends a letter to the enforcement staff saying Wiley will not interview and that she understands she may be charged with unethical conduct for refusing to cooperate.

March 10, 2011: A notice of inquiry is sent to Blake's attorney requesting additional financial documents, as previously requested Sept. 28, 2010.

June 7, 2011: A notice of inquiry is sent to UNC.

June 13, 2011: The enforcement staff contacts Blake's attorney to request an additional interview and financial documents previously requested Sept. 28, 2010, and March 10, 2011. The attorney responds the same day and says Blake will not be made available for an additional interview.

June 21, 2011: UNC announces it has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding its football program, reflecting a 12-month investigation by the NCAA and the school. The committee requests a written response by Sept. 19.

July 27, 2011: UNC chancellor Holden Thorp announces that head football coach Butch Davis has been dismissed, saying the decision has not been related to any change in the NCAA investigation but that it's the result of the cumulative damage to the school's reputation over the past year.

July 28, 2011: Everett Withers, a defensive assistant, is promoted to interim head football coach.

July 28, 2011: Dick Baddour says he plans to step down as athletic director after 14 years at the school.

Sept. 19, 2011: The committee receives UNC's response to the notice of allegations, which include self-imposed penalties of: a total of nine scholarship losses over three years, the vacation of all 16 wins in 2008 and 2009 and a two-year probation period.

Sept. 22, 2011: The committee and enforcement staff receive Blake's response to the notice of allegations.

Sept. 22, 2011: The enforcement staff conducts a prehearing conference with UNC.

Sept. 28. 2011: The enforcement staff conduits a prehearing conference with Blake.

Oct. 14, 2011: Bubba Cunningham is hired as the new AD from Tulsa.

Oct. 28, 2011: UNC appears before the committee.

Dec. 8, 2011: Larry Fedora is introduced as the 35th head coach of UNC football after leading Southern Miss to an 11-2 record and Conference USA title in 2011.

March 12, 2012: The NCAA hands out its punishment to UNC: a one-year bowl ban; the loss of six additional total scholarships over three years; an additional year of probation; and a three-year show cause penalty for Blake prohibiting him from any recruiting activity. UNC announces it will not appeal the penalties.

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