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I grew up respecting and fearing the police. I still respect them but I also still fear them.

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High-profile legal cases and NCAA policy changes are likely to boost the cost of fielding big-time athletics programs, and students — even those who never attend a single college basketball or football game — may have to foot the bill.

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Former NFL player Charles Grant has been fired from his position as a volunteer football coach at Bowie State University after a video surfaced showing him throwing a student to the floor.

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Former University of North Carolina football player Michael McAdoo has filed a lawsuit against the school, saying it failed to provide him and other athletes a quality education by guiding them toward sham classes.

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What Does It Mean to Not be Black Enough?

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So the question comes up, what is Black enough and what are the qualifications?

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NCAA Graduation Rates Improve, Critics Cry Foul

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NCAA President Mark Emmert keeps touting the record-breaking graduation rates of Division I athletes. Critics keep balking at the interpretation of those numbers, citing recent academic scandals.

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It’s time to drop the pretense and separate sports from the schools.

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Failures in Oversight Worsened University of North Carolina Academic Fraud.

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A task force studying ways to prevent sexual violence at the University of Oregon has come up with a list of nearly two dozen recommendations, including the creation of a single office dedicated to addressing the problem.

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