Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014
SAYERVILLE FOOTBALL CANCELED AFTER HAZING, STEROID SCANDALS
The latest salvo in the nation's football culture wars comes from NJ. Last night, the superintendent of Sayerville schools abruptly canceled the district's football season after allegations of widespread locker room hazing. NJ Advance Media has been all over the story, publishing a day-by-day timeline of the events leading up to the cancelation, aTwitter reaction story, and an FAQ style explainer. The story gained traction over the weekend after allegations of locker room hazing began to surface alongside the bust of a coach for possession of steroids. Related: Newark kicks off an anti-bullying week.
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