Richardson: 'I'm supposed to make a difference'
At 36 of 323 Division I colleges, graduation rates for black college basketball players have hit rock bottom: zero percent. According to a 2001 NCAA study of the players entering school between 1990 and 1994, not a single black scholarship player at those schools graduated within six years. That's five straight years of recruiting classes.
Among those schools is Arkansas, where Nolan Richardson has built a consistent winner over the past 17 years. His '94 team, led by inside force Corliss ...
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