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Local ESPN Radio Station To Drop ECU Game After Band Protest

Members of the East Carolina marching band took a knee during the playing of the national anthem prior to Saturday’s game between the Pirates and visiting Central Florida. In addition to being booed and heckled throughout the game, the band and football team are being boycotted by a local ESPN radio station. Read more...
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