On Aug. 30, Harvard College announced in a letter that its administrative board was investigating allegations that approximately 125 undergraduates "may have committed acts of academic dishonesty, ranging from inappropriate collaboration to outright plagiarism, on a take-home final exam." The exam was for Government 1310: Introduction to Congress, a spring 2012 class with an enrollment of 279. Sources said that Casey, Curry and one additional men's basketball player are among a group of athletes and non-athletes whose cases are pending review. They are facing charges of academic dishonesty that could carry a one-year suspension from school.
If there is one positive in this whole situation is that Canadian 6-5 forward Laurent Rivard (Saint-Bruno, QC) to have a bigger role in the Crimison offense. Rivard has managed to average double-digits scoring the past to seasons and will have great opportunity to build on those numbers.
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