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College football notes

Clarett is charged up but can't dent Ohio St.

By Mark Blaudschun
Globe Staff / November 12, 2004

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The story du jour in college football is former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett publicly unloading a truckload of charges against the Buckeyes, including cash payments, summer jobs for which he and other football players were paid without showing up, fiddling with grades, gut courses that ensured his continued eligibility, and free loaner cars arranged by the coaching staff. (Full article: 1199 words)

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