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Alcohol Ads During NCAA Games Come Under Fire

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Alcohol Ads During NCAA Games Come Under Fire

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Ads for alcoholic beverages during televised NCAA playoff games are under fire. Critics say they target underage consumers and are out of sync with the NCAA's mission to adhere to educational values. The NCAA says it limits such ads, and one beer manufacturer says it's a matter of free speech.

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