Ron Morris

May 16, 2010 12:00 AM

Morris: Holloway case shows inequity with NCAA rules

The unfortunate case of Murphy Holloway represents the perfect example of the oppressiveness and inequities that exist for NCAA athletes. His case also harks to how petty and pathetic an athletics department can be in punishing an athlete who opts to transfer to another school.

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