Athletes Sign Social Media Policy in Bid to Avoid Controversy

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Athletes Sign Social Media Policy in Bid to Avoid Controversy
Bruce Thorson-US PRESSWIRE

For college athletes, social media use tends toward the extreme: It's either a blessing or a curse. In the past year, two University of Michigan football players earned their team secondary NCAA violations by inadvertently tweeting at a recruit; a third-string Ohio State quarterback became infamous when he tweeted that classes are "pointless;" and a top-rated recruit lost his chance to play with the Wolverines after he authored sexually and racially charged tweets...

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