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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 30, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Compton, California: Armen Keteyian) A joint look by CBS News and "Sports Illustrated" at the impact of violent gangs on college sports presented; details given about the case of University of Washington football player Brandon Johnson††, arrested for a gang murder and the study of gangs in major college sports by looking at 130 athletic programs; scenes shown from Compton, California. [Arizona State University criminology professor Scott DECKER††- talks about gang crime influencing college sports in Division I.] [Former Texas Tech coach Mike LEACH††- talks about illegal influences.] [Los Angeles sheriff's department Sgt. Brandon DEAN††- says athletes are involved in the gangs.] [Compton High school athlete LaVell†† SANDERS - says football is an outlet.]

Pelley, Scott;
Keteyian, Armen

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