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In an apparent sign of solidarity their fellow freshman, Kyle Anderson, Tony Parker and Jordan Adams wore light-blue "Free Shabazz" T-shirts, with face of Shabazz Muhammad in silhouette, during warm-ups before the Bruins played UC Irvine.
"That will not happen again," Howland said. "That's not something we can do."
"It's going to show future classes, 'Okay, they're going to put you under investigation, make you look like the bad guy just to make an example of you,' " Hill told USA Today Sports this week. "If you don't want to be investigated, just don't go to college. If you take money early, make the decision that you're not going to attend college and you're going to seek training. There's nothing bad with that decision."
[...] "I'm pretty sure there are a lot of guys out there that went to a program and took some type of benefits. You're telling him that he has to go to college and now you're going to sit him down because he did something? He is going to be a millionaire."