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Athletic departments accused of censorship

Universities use vague law to keep public records from being seen

Across the country, many major-college athletic departments keep their NCAA troubles secret behind a thick veil of black ink or Wite-Out. Alabama. Cincinnati. Florida. Florida State. Ohio State. Oklahoma. Oregon State. Utah. They all censor information in the name of student privacy, invoking a 35-year-old federal law whose author says it has been twisted and misused by the universities.

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Athletic departments accused of censorship

Universities use vague law to keep public records from being seen

Across the country, many major-college athletic departments keep their NCAA troubles secret behind a thick veil of black ink or Wite-Out. Alabama. Cincinnati. Florida. Florida State. Ohio State. Oklahoma. Oregon State. Utah. They all censor information in the name of student privacy, invoking a 35-year-old federal law whose author says it has been twisted and misused by the universities.

Catalog reveals KU basketball opponents

Kansas University will face Oakland, Georgia State and Tennessee Tech next men's basketball season.

Stephenson undecided

One-time Kansas University basketball recruit Lance Stephenson still hasn't picked his college.

Topekan Lucas masters Four-Ball

Gary Lucas and Mike Grosdidier won the Masters Division of the Kansas Four-Ball Championship.