For better or worse, inequities, scandals part of college sports fabric

Monday September 16th, 2013
College football inspires great passion, community and pride, but the system it operates in is broken.
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For most of us, these reports are the equivalent of somebody standing between you and your television during a crucial fourth-quarter drive. We know what college football is like, but we don't want to talk about it or hear about it, because we are too busy watching college football. That former Oklahoma State coach was right. The day that the report came out was inevitable. So were the days that followed.

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