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Fresno State spends $200,000 on iPads for athletes

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Administrators at a public university are spending at least $200,000 this semester purchasing Apple iPads for student-athletes, a Campus Reform investigation has revealed.

Each athlete at California State University – Fresno (CSUF) has received, or is slated to receive, the pricey device, courtesy of money obtained through the National Collegiate Athletics Association’s Student Athlete Opportunity Fund.

The special fund from the NCAA is designated for athletes who have special needs, NCAA spokeswoman Emily Potter told Campus Reform on Monday.





  1. Corona

    November 24th, 2012

    Where mah Obama pho?!

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  2. Cynic

    November 24th, 2012

    They are admitting that all their student-Athletes are “special needs.”

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  3. Brian

    November 24th, 2012

    At first glance, I misread that, thinking that it said ipads for atheists; a perhaps more thought-provoking topic.

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  4. Buffalobob

    November 24th, 2012

    Research this story in 3 months and tell me how many have been “lost” sold/pawned?

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  5. Carlos The Jackal

    November 24th, 2012

    The voters of CA just voted for MORE taxes to be ‘used’ for ‘education’.
    Fuck ‘em.

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  6. Nutjob

    November 24th, 2012

    Good thing their grades got them into college. This is discirminatory against anyone who ever studied.

    Maybe the NCAA should’ve used some of that money to pay the balance towards students who think I should pick up the tab on their student loans.

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