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Noted and passed -- March 28, 2011
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• If ever a college coach deserved firing, it was Bruce Pearl, the Tennessee basketball head man who lied to NCAA investigators about recruiting violations he’d committed, and then committed additional illegal acts after denying he had done anything wrong in the first place. Pearl was a flamboyant coach who took the Volunteers to basketball heights they’d seldom attained, but his cheating was too flagrant to ignore. • It’s nice to see the metal “jockey silks” hanging in the downtown streets of Camden. This began last year as a project of the Downtown Camden Guild as a fund-raising project for the Thoroughbred Retirement Association program at Wateree River Correctional Institution.