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For the Record

January 09, 1985

In editions of last Dec. 16, USC Athletic Director Mike McGee was quoted as saying that the College Football Assn.'s Academic Achievement Award twice had been awarded to Duke University and one year had been shared by Duke and the University of Notre Dame. In fact, Duke won the award in 1981, Notre Dame in 1982 and 1983, and the schools shared the award in 1984. The award is given to the school graduating the highest percentage of its football players.

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