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By KEN PAULSON
Coaches don’t want to get beat because of a tweet.
Increasingly, college coaches are monitoring — and in some cases banning — athletes’ use of social media. They’re nervous because an ill-considered tweet can embarrass the program, draw the ire of administrators and boosters, and possibly violate NCAA recruitment rules.
The anxiety is understandable. Consider these high-profile sports missteps:
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