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Radio station won't air East Carolina game after band members knelt during national anthem

East Carolina band members were warned by school officials Monday that kneeling during the national anthem will no longer be tolerated. But apparently that wasn’t good enough for Fayetteville ESPN, a radio station that carries Marching Pirates football games. Colonial Media and Entertainment announced...
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