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March 16, 2015
March 16, 2015

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March 16, 2015

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CRISIS IN THE TRIANGLE
  • An SI investigation into the sexual assault allegations against former Duke guard Rasheed Sulaimon exposed the complex issues that surround such cases on campus

  • That's the question that the author, UNC class of '83, went to Chapel Hill to answer in the aftershocks of an academic fraud scandal that laid waste to the university's claim that it keeps sports and scholarship in perfect balance

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This is an article from the March 16, 2015 issue

6 SI Digital

8 Leading Off

14 Inbox

17 Scorecard

32 Faces in The Crowd

34 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: Ronda Rousey does mom proud (again)

72 Point After

Lee Jenkins: Around the world with Alonzo Gee

Features

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

38 They Can Take Down Kentucky

Five teams with the tools to become the ultimate spoiler

By Dan Greene

BASEBALL

48 Russell Martin

How can he return the favor for his colossal contract? By making the Blue Jays Canada's team

By Albert Chen

HOCKEY

54 Håkan Andersson

Behind the longest playoff streak in sports is a fishing guide turned scout

By Michael Farber

CRISIS IN THE TRIANGLE

60 Rasheed Sulaimon

An SI investigation into the sexual assault allegations against the former Duke guard

By Emily Kaplan

64 How Did Carolina Lose Its Way?

Looking for answers in the aftermath of UNC's academic scandal

By S.L. Price

SI HAS REGIONAL COVERS: AL TIELEMANS/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (KENTUCKY); PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY SI PREMEDIA

ARIZONA (FROM LEFT): ETHAN MILLER/GETTY IMAGES (RONDAE HOLLIS-JEFFERSON); RICK SCUTERI/AP (STANLEY JOHNSON); LIDA DEGROOTE/J AND L PHOTOGRAPHY/GETTY IMAGES (BRANDON ASHLEY)

VIRGINIA: ALAN DIAZ/AP (JUSTIN ANDERSON); JOEL AUERBACH/GETTY IMAGES (LONDON PERRANTES); JOHN MINCHILLO/AP (MALCOLM BROGDON)

NORTHERN IOWA: DOUG MCSCHOOLER/AP (SETH TUTTLE); ISAIAH J. DOWNING/USA TODAY SPORTS (WES WASHPUN); SKIP ROWLAND/AP (NATE BUSS)

PHOTOTHE RING MAGAZINE/GETTY IMAGESIRON MAN When Mike Tyson posed for The Ring magazine in 1985, no one could have imagined his—or his sport's—future. Lately it's a brighter one (SCORECARD).