Report: Auburn investigating athletes' academics
NEW YORK -- Carnell "Cadillac" Williams and other Auburn athletes received high grades from the same professor for sociology and criminology courses that didn't require them to attend classes or do much work, The New York Times reported.
Williams, the former star running back who now plays for the
NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, told the newspaper the only two classes
he took the spring semester of his senior year were one-on-one
courses with Professor Thomas Petee, the sociology department's
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