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A University of North Carolina's A- term paper is making waves as a shocking sign of the increasingly low standards to which colleges and universities are holding their athletes:

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The rudimentary (and absurdly brief) paper was exposed as part of an ESPN investigation into “fake tutor groups” and “easy paper classes” designed to let college athletes pass without really trying:

While the university's admissions director insists that he does not “rubber stamp anyone for admission” and that education is the school's first priority, this revelation is, at the very least, an eye-opener that begets the question: Do colleges (and fans) take sports too seriously? What cost does that come with - and who pays it? Share your thoughts below.

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