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Wrong color at the wrong time

Volleyball legend Bev Oden says she's one of the latest victims of racial profiling. And she's speaking up. Story

Updated: February 15, 2007, 3:03 PM ET
By Jeff Pearlman | Special to Page 2

In the history of American women's volleyball, few players are more accomplished than Bev Oden. During her career at Stanford, Oden became the only person to be named a first-team All-American four times. She was the 1990 NCAA Player of the Year, a captain of the 1992 national champion Cardinal and a starter at middle blocker on the 1996 U.S. Olympic team.

Along with her older sisters Kim and Elaina, both Olympians as well, she is one-third of the most dominant family the sport has ever ...

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