Oklahoma State players celebrate after a score during an Aug. 31 game against Mississippi State.
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September 11, 2013 Sports Illustrated is this week posting a five-part expose about the school's football program. Among OSU's alleged transgressions: money paid to players; tutors doing players' schoolwork; and women from a "hostess program" having sex with recruits.
LeBron James, during last summer's Olympics in a game against Spain.
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December 3, 2012 He led the Miami Heat to the NBA championship and Team USA to a gold medal in the Olympics. James "has entered a state of mastery," says legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski.
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July 30, 2008 During the 2008 Olympic Games, how much will you care about Chinese politics?
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