5 Ways College Football Programs Can Limit Exposure to Player Scandal

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5 Ways College Football Programs Can Limit Exposure to Player Scandal
Photo credit: CBSSports.com Freshman Eddie Williams, along with three other freshman, were dismissed from the team following a February 11 arrest.

The world of college football is no stranger to scandals. Coaches have done their best to shield players from trouble. Recently, four Alabama football players were released from the team due to their heinous actions against a fellow student.

Football programs are tightening the reins now more than ever. It's imperative for players to stay disciplined and focused. They are athletes, but they are students first. Their performance as a student is just as important. That being said, college football programs must carry out guidelines to keep players out of trouble.

Here are five ways football programs can limit this exposure, and keep their players on the straight and narrow.

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