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Volume III, Issue 38
March 13 - March 20, 2000  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

M oney has broken big-time college basketball, perhaps beyond our ability to repair it. At the higher levels of the sport, just as in politics, the warping influence of money is pervasive. It has created a vast, interlocking economy that breeds both an addictive dependency and a powerful temptation to do wrong.

Digging into the Weekly Wire archives, we come up with a perspective on the NCAA tournament from a place where "nothing succeeds like excess."

Contrary to popular belief, bones are not inert structures that muscles and organs hang upon. They are living tissues that continually remodel themselves using the all-important mineral, calcium.


Now What? [4]
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Money Madness [2]
Everybody's got their hands in the money pot in college athletics.
— Randy Horick, NASHVILLE SCENE
 
Calcium and Osteoporosis [3]
Bones are not simply inert structures that muscles and organs hang upon.
— Lee Green, WEEKLY ALIBI
 

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Viva Madness
Randy Horick explores the 20th century addage: "Nothing exceeds like excess."
- Randy Horick, NASHVILLE SCENE

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