Feds look to tighten loophole in system
A number of college athletes, including several football players at the University of Iowa and other Top 25 schools, are living in apartments set aside for the poorest Americans.
ESPN's Outside the Lines will explore the subject on Sunday (ESPN, 9:30 a.m. ET).
The investigation found some of the most successful programs in college athletics have players living in subsidized housing, including Virginia Tech, which has 19 players living in Cambridge Square apartments, a federally-subsidized ...
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