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December 31, 1987
University of South Carolina officials, seeking to end rumors that football Coach Joe Morrison is leaving for the NFL, announced that his contract has been extended through 1992.
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March 27, 1989 | SALLY JENKINS, W ashington Post
Tommy Chaikin no longer seeks to alter his person by artificial means. In retrospect, he views his experiment with steroids as the height of stupidity. He gained 50 pounds of muscle, became a starting defensive end for South Carolina, and ended up in a state of mental and physical collapse and legal controversy. He says he knows now what a self-obsessed act of gall it was, to attempt to redefine his essential matter and muscle. "I was an arrogant . . .," he said.
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March 27, 1989 | SALLY JENKINS, W ashington Post
Tommy Chaikin no longer seeks to alter his person by artificial means. In retrospect, he views his experiment with steroids as the height of stupidity. He gained 50 pounds of muscle, became a starting defensive end for South Carolina, and ended up in a state of mental and physical collapse and legal controversy. He says he knows now what a self-obsessed act of gall it was, to attempt to redefine his essential matter and muscle. "I was an arrogant . . .," he said.
SPORTS
February 6, 1988
University of South Carolina football Coach Joe Morrison said that wide receiver Ryan Bethea has been suspended indefinitely after Bethea's arrest on drug-related charges.
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