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College athletes with abusive coaches more willing to cheat

College athletes who have abusive coaches are more willing to cheat in order to win than players with more ethical coaches, according to new research based on surveys from almost 20,000 student athletes at more than 600 colleges across the country. Men?s teams were much more willing to cheat than women?s teams, according to the study, and men?s football, basketball and baseball teams reported the highest willingness to cheat at large universities where players are often under intense pressure to win.
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