SEC coaches give academic reform a failing grade
DESTIN, Fla. -- Jim McCullough, an associate commissioner with the Southeastern Conference, flipped open a cabinet panel that displayed a whiteboard that his league coaches had been focused on earlier in the day. Scrawled in black marker was his explanation of a new NCAA proposal that would make athletes work harder to retain eligibility during their college years.
"This is what I explained to my coaches today," McCullough said as he pointed to a series of numbers running across the top ...
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