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Coach's Corner

This piece is not intended as a critique to the series in the Seattle Times, although I do question their motives behind why they chose to run their four-part investigative look at the 2001 Rose Bowl Champion Husky team.

First we must first realize that football at the collegiate level is very much part of the educational process. There is no denying that it is big business and it is very much a part of the American entertainment industry. It does, however, have significant educational value and as every kid who has ever played it will tell you, it is a tremendous learning experience. You learn volumes about... Recommended Stories

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