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Ultimate Step: Kill Miami Football

AP

When news of the athletics scandal at the University of Miami started exploding Wednesday, I just wasn’t feeling it. It seemed strange, given the unprecedented size and scope of the allegations. Between 2002 and 2010, a single booster, according to a remarkably exhaustive investigation by Yahoo Sports, allegedly gave “thousands of impermissible benefits”—from money to sex—to as many as 73 different football and basketball players.

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