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Is The NCAA Abusing Its Power?
Is The NCAA Abusing Its Power?

AIR DATE: November 28, 2012

The National Collegiate Athletic Association struggles to maintain what it sees as the ideal of the student athlete. Critics say it's long past time to drop the pretenses and deceptions. And former Bishop Gorman stand-out Shabazz Muhammad is the latest controversy over NCAA standards. New York Times columnist Joe Nocera tells us why he thinks the NCAA is abusing its power.
Joe Nocera, columnist, New York Times


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