Wednesday, March 9, 2011


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For all the justifiable criticism of those who run big-time college athletics, you've got to give 'em this: They don't make much of an effort to hide the hypocrisy.
No trouble spotting hypocrisy in college sports

News and notes about local athletes in college.
college sports notebook: March 8, 2011

Ohio State coach Jim Tressel was suspended for two games Tuesday after it was learned he had been tipped off nearly a year ago about a federal investigation into questionable activities involving some of his players, including a memorabilia-for-tattoos arrangement with a very seedy parlor owner.
Jim Tressel's wrist-slap part of hypocrisy in college sports

All across America, living in the shadow of big important cities, are hundreds of small municipalities that call themselves college sports towns. Despite that common theme, no two are alike. Some love their beer while some never touch the stuff. Some turn into screaming banshees for football while others only care about hockey. Some enjoy [...]
America's Best college sports Town: The East Region

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