Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter
A watershed moment that may have a significant impact on the tenuous relationship between the billion dollar college sports industry and academics is playing out here in Nashville this morning. The University of North Carolina has finally come before the NCAA Committee on Infractions to address five allegations, including lack of institutional control, which stem from an academic scandal that allegedly spanned nearly two decades in Chapel Hill and involved hundreds of UNC athletes. Head basketball coach Roy Williams will be questioned about his knowledge and possible role in the scandal. The NCAA will also question head football coach Larry Fedora, and women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell. The hearing is closed to the public and media and the outcome may not be known for weeks if not months.