Summer Kent Stater: “Money and cheating: priorities among athletic departments”

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Kent State is one of only 17 “innocent” Football Bowl Subdivision schools that have never been found guilty of major violations since the NCAA began tracking them 58 years ago.

Since the Flashes don’t have the same win-at-all-cost and profitability pressures as major programs like Ohio State or Alabama, they are less likely to have the violations that go along with those stressors, former Kent State athletic director Laing Kennedy said. continue reading at kentwired.com

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