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Clemson / Football #281230

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 23, 1982
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(Studio) Problems faced by Clemson coaches in player recruitment noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Atlanta, Georgia) NCAA reported barring Clemson from live television coverage of games for 2 years due to violation of recruitment techniques. [Player Mike EPPLEY - comments.] Coach Danny Ford said declining comment. [North Carolina State coach Monte KIFFIN - comments on Ford's alleged accusation that Kiffin reported him to NCAA.] [2 weeks ago, FORD and KIFFIN - argue over Ford's belief that Kiffin reported him.] [Clemson president Bill Lee ATCHLEY - won't reveal names of those involved; claims disciplinary action will be taken.] USC and University of Southern Mississippi said also hit with 2 year ban on television and bowl games; number schools on probation for recruiting violations mentioned. Other penalties levied against Clemson discussed.
REPORTER: John Sheahan

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Sheahan, John
Duration:
00:02:00

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