Morning Hot Reads: Nassar Fallout Continues
SI.com goes with, "The NCAA Isn't The Organization That Should Be Punishing Michigan State." The attorney general in Michigan "needs to find out who knew what and when, and anyone who enabled" Larry Nassar "needs to be fired, prosecuted and jailed." But the NCAA "can’t do any of this." Meanwhile, the DETROIT NEWS goes with, "Michigan State AD Mark Hollis In The Path Of Heavy Scrutiny."
The AP writes under the header, "Unease Mixes With Excitement As Pyeongchang Awaits The World." Excitement is "mixing with a strain of unease as the government, desperate to measure up to an Olympic host city image, pushes for change in an indebted, aging backwater that relies on tourism and fisheries with no real industrial base."
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