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AU basketball coach admitted, apologized for role in ‘academic dishonesty’ case

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Dip Metress, Augusta University men’s head basketball coach, admitted to and apologized for aiding a student-athlete beyond what's allowed. An HR department investigation concluded the student-athlete could barely read and should not have been academically qualified for college sports.

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  1. Maybe, just maybe, don’t you think someone in high school would have noticed this guy’s inability to read. Kinda reminds me of the guy with diploma in hand from an area college that couldn’t fill out a simple job application at Columbia Nitrogen Corp. And some of these people are your children’s teachers..

  2. This kid went through at least 12 years of government schools and graduated totally illiterate and now a significant university is doing the same thing. Disgusting! The whole damn bunch should be fired and the government schools and university should be sued for malpractice. He got absolutely no education from either but I bet he got the proper indoctrination from both.

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