Are you trying to tell me that unc has never been involved in a scandal like this?
Um, no. Go back and re-read it since you obviously didn't catch what I was saying the first time.
UNC had their(small) part in the point-shaving scandal that was responsible for the end of the Dixie Classic. You tried to imply that it was UNC's fault entirely when you said this:
unc always feks up everything.
I pointed out that while yes, UNC did have a small part in it, there were FOUR NCSU players involved in it compared to ONE from UNC. So it was mostly due to NCSU players that the Dixie Classic got cancelled.
I also pointed out that the ACC became a conference with national recognition AFTER UNC's undefeated NC season in '57.
EDIT: Or two UNC players, per your link. Forgot that Doug Moe was involved in it, too.
The four NCSU players who were connected were Don Gallagher, Stan Niewierowski, Anton Muehlbauer, and Terry Litchfield.
EDIT AGAIN: Here's the link:link
Four N.C. State players -- Don Gallagher, Stan Niewierowski, Anton Muehlbauer and Terry Litchfield -- and UNC's Lou Brown were among players across the country who were charged with fixing college games in that era.