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Column: Correcting the NCAA's report card

The Associated Press/John Russell, file<br>
In this Jan. 12 file photo, NCAA president Myles Brand delivers the state of the association address during the opening business session of the 2008 NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tenn. The NCAA Academic Progress Report was released Tuesday and nearly 150 teams face potential scholarship losses and another 26 are on the brink of a postseason ban because of poor academics.

The Associated Press/John Russell, file<br> In this Jan. 12 file photo, NCAA president Myles Brand delivers the state of the association address during the opening business session of the 2008 NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tenn. The NCAA Academic Progress Report was released Tuesday and nearly 150 teams face potential scholarship losses and another 26 are on the brink of a postseason ban because of poor academics.

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