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History of Significant Sports Scandals

Yesterday pitching great Roger Clemens pleaded not guilty to charges that he lied to Congress about his use of steroids during his career. But, drugs aren't the only scandal in sports. There's game fixing, point shaving, knee whacking, dog fighting. What does all this activity mean to for the players, the fans, and the sports? Professor Dan Nathan sheds a little light on the dark side and the scandalous aspect of sports. He's in the American Studies Department at Skidmore College and author of Saying It's So: A Cultural History of the Black Sox Scandal. 

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