Tarnished Gophers

Cook, Kevin; Mravic, Mark
March 1999
Sports Illustrated;03/29/99, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p30
Focuses on allegations that administrators at the University of Minnesota, and particularly coach Clem Haskins, gave money to basketball players and falsified classwork for them. Actions of professor Sander Latts in questioning the authenticity of some players' work; Testimony of former academic counselor Rick Marsden.


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