How much is too much online?
Schools aim to educate, insulate student-athletes from pitfalls of social networking
Editor's note: This is the final story in a four-part series examining the impact of online social networks on college athletics.
Former Florida State safety Myron Rolle is a popular guy -- he's got 4,971 friends, to be exact. (At least according to a recent total on his Facebook page.)
That's to be expected from an NFL-caliber athlete who also happens to be a Rhodes Scholar. While Rolle's accomplishments on the field and in the classroom have separated him from most of his ...
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Social Networking And College Athletics
Online social networks are changing the way people communicate. As college athletics embraces and explores this new phenomenon, its potential benefits -- and pitfalls -- are becoming evident.