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The Scandals of '51: How the Gamblers Almost Killed College Basketball
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Katie Hnida joined the University of Colorado football team in 1999, after a successful high-school kicking career. But she never made it onto the field, and by the start of the 2000 season, had withdrawn from the university. Three years later, after transfering to the University of New Mexico
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We take a look at five college athletics scandals to damage a university's reputation.
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College Scandal is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent and written by Frank Partos, Charles Brackett and Marguerite Roberts. The film stars Arline Judge, Kent Taylor, Wendy Barrie, William Frawley, Benny Baker, William Benedict and Mary Nash.
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College sporting scandals CCNY point shaving scandal – in 1951, more than 30 players at seven schools were implicated in a point shaving scheme that also had connections to organized crime. The scandal was most strongly linked to the City College of New York because several central figures had played on the school's 1949–50 team that won ...
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When something like this happens at Harvard, it makes national news. But cheating scandals are not infrequent on college campuses. We decided to take a look back at some others. Students supposedly either memorized the answers before the exam or quietly snuck in with the answers during the exam, the
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Abstract In recent years, there have been a number of high profile scandals on college campuses, ranging from cheating to hazing to rape. With so much information regarding a college’s academic and
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People love college football and basketball, and the entertainment value provides buckets of money for schools and media outputs. Real reform also implies a significant redistribution of income from mature adults to athletes.
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For as long as there have been sports, there has been cheating. When it comes to college athletics and the NCAA, most of the cheating scandals occur off the field, but nevertheless have gone down in history as momentous college sports scandals.
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While Zack Morris and Mike Seaver may have made cheating look hilarious, there can be pretty sweeping repercussions. Just look at these epic college cheating scandals.
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Colleges and universities are learning what companies have known for a long time—when scandal breaks, business can take a significant hit. New research from Harvard Business School concludes that high-profile scandals on college campuses—cheating, hazing, sexual assault, murder—lead to a drop-off in applications, although just ...
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