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Big Four football, basketball players tend to 'cluster' academically


In her 15 years of working in college sports, N.C. State associate athletics director Carrie Leger has found one thing to be true about student-athletes when they enter school. They’re not so different from the rest of the student population when it comes to picking a course of studies. (Greensboro News & Record)

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