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- "Although we may never know for certain, it was our impression from multiple interviews that a department staff member managed to use the system to help players by directing them to enroll in classes in the African and Afro-American Studies Department that turned out to be aberrant or irregularly taught. We were told that athletes claimed they had been sent to Julius Nyang’oro by the ASPSA (Academic Support Program for Student Athletes). This raises the question of whether they could also have been sent to other departments by the Loudermilk counselors."
- "It seems likely that someone in the African and Afro-American Studies Department called athletics counselors (who are professionally trained and hired by the College of Arts and Sciences) to tell them that certain courses would be available; it is less clear whether staff at the Loudermilk Center actually contacted departments to ask about the availability of classes (e.g., Nyang’oro’s Summer School class). While we do not know exactly what transpired, clearly there is considerable uncertainty in the relationship between academic departments and athletic counselors. …"