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In the wake of the federal complaints — and their description of Bowen’s recruitment — Pitino was removed as Louisville’s coach.
The terrorists will no longer have the necessary symbolism for recruitment.
Charlotte and Davidson both have their athletes complete a form that asks about potential violations during their recruitment.
Figures released in June showed a 96 percent drop in the number of nurses registering to practice in the U.K. The recruitment of doctors looks challenging as well.
Another trip to Columbus remains possible, per Kurelic, but his mid-November stay in State College should prove pivotal to the outcome of this contentious recruitment.
Former Justice Department officials also cited Mr. Mueller’s recruitment of Michael Dreeben, an appellate lawyer in the office of the U.S. Solicitor General.
Lebedev, says someone who witnessed the recruitment procedure, was thrilled at the prospect of Osborne in the editor’s chair.
Internally, West pushed hard for Durant’s recruitment because he was convinced his presence would solve one of the Warriors’ most glaring issues, namely, that their best scorers did not get to the free-throw line enough.
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