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July 05, 1986

A graduate teaching assistant at the University of Maryland said an academic counselor from the school's athletic department asked her to change a grade for former basketball star Adrian Branch in 1984.

Kitty Saylor told the Washington Post that she was approached by academic counselor Ken Vreeland in the summer of 1984 to change an 'F' to an Incomplete for Branch in an introductory communications course.

Saylor, who has taught introductory and sophomore-level courses at Maryland for the past three years, said she agreed to change the grade. Branch completed his eligibility in 1985 and did not graduate.

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