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South Carolina women’s basketball coach denies fans used n-word and spat at visiting team

South Carolina women’s basketball Coach Dawn Staley denied Wednesday accusations by Missouri Athletic Director Jim Sterk that Gamecocks fans had used the n-word and spat at Tigers players during a contentious game recently. In addition, Sterk had singled out Staley as contributing to “that kind of atmosphere.” “The accusations are serious and false, and they will […]
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