Universities Investigate Possible NCAA Tutoring Violations

The University of Southern California and University of Washington are investigating a possible rules violation in which an assistant coach may have helped a potential high school recruit pay for private tutoring. NPR's Scott Simon talks with sports reporter Tom Goldman about the investigation and the perplexing NCAA rule book, and to bid San Francisco's Candlestick Park a fond farewell.



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