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WIllmsen gives eight examples of places to find public records that will "put you on the trail of a great in-depth sports story."
This panel looks at the nation's obession with sports, and the pressure of athletes and coaches to win. This pressure often pushes coaches and players alike to bend and break the rules of sport's governing bodies. The handout reveals the abundance of information available to reporters investigating the local college althetic programs. Also includes investigations by the Post- Standard and Newsday.