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Missouri AD blames South Carolina coach for fans spitting on players, yelling racial slurs at women's team

Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk accused South Carolina fans of some really awful behavior following the women’s basketball teams’ game Sunday in Columbia, S.C. And he singled out Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley to bear the blame. “We had players spit on and called the N-word and things like that,”...
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